The image is iconic: A naked, 9-year-old girl fleeing napalm bombs during the Vietnam War, tears streaming down her face. The picture from , which went on to win the Pulitzer Prize for spot news photography, has since been used countless times to illustrate the horrors of modern warfare. But for Facebook, the image of the girl, Phan Thi Kim Phuc, was one that violated its standards about nudity on the social network. So after a Norwegian author posted images about the terror of war with the photo to Facebook, the company removed it. The move triggered a backlash over how Facebook was censoring images. When a Norwegian newspaper, Aftenposten, cried foul over the takedown of the picture, thousands of people globally responded on Friday with an act of virtual civil disobedience by posting the image of Ms.
Facebook Restores Iconic Vietnam War Photo It Censored for Nudity
I will use a Canon 1DmkII as the benchmark and talk about pixel dimensions. This is an 8 megapixel camera that outputs images that are x pixels. There might be a few extra bytes used for a saved preview, an included color profile, etc. But the file size will be pretty close to the size it takes up when open in your image editor.
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