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The editor of Norway’s Aftenposten is challenging Mark Zuckerberg to talk about censorship on Facebook

Guardian

Espen Egil Hansen, editor of the Norwegian newspaper Aftenposten that helped force Facebook’s reversal on the “napalm girl” photograph, is challenging Mark Zuckerberg to talk about censorship on Facebook and to own up to his responsibilities as one of the Internet’s most powerful people. Hansen writes: “Zuckerberg is de facto the most powerful editor-in-chief on the globe. His influence is greater than all the Rupert Murdochs of this world could dream about… We have now arrived at the point where Facebook, by controlling what they show to more than 1 billion people every day, has aggregated so much editorial power, that Zuckerberg must acknowledge his responsibility and take part in the discussion.”

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