Facebook decided not to ban a famous photograph of the Vietnam War. The photo is of a naked, 9-year-old girl running away from a napalm attack. It was taken by photographer Nick Ut. He won a top prize for photo-journalism. Facebook banned the photo because the child is naked. Facebook got a lot of complaints. Norway's president Erna Solberg said the photo was an important part of history and that Facebook was changing history by banning it.
Ms Solberg explained: "They must see the difference between editing out child pornography and editing out history." She added: "I want my children and other children to grow up in a society where history is taught as it was." Facebook said a photo of a naked child is child pornography in some countries. The company said it understood the history and global importance of the photo in showing, "a particular moment in time".