Microsoft explained that the 'tank man' photo of the Tiananmen Square incident did not appear in the Bing search as a 'human error'

Microsoft explained that Microsoft's search engine 'Bing' caused a human error in the case where 'Tank Man', which is known as a symbolic photograph of 'Tiananmen Incident', did not appear. I did it. This bug has already been resolved.

Microsoft blocks Bing from showing image results for Tiananmen'tank man' | Bing | The Guardian

Microsoft says Bing's'Tank Man' censorship was a human error --The Verge

Microsoft blames'accidental human error' for Tank Man censorship on Tiananmen Square anniversary | World News | Sky News

On June 4, 2021, 32 years after the 'Tiananmen Square Incident' occurred on June 4, 1989, a problem occurred in which the picture of 'Tank Man' was not displayed even when searching for 'Tank Man' in Bing. Did. Hiding images has been confirmed at least in the United States, United Kingdom, Germany, Singapore, etc.

When media outlets contacted Microsoft about the matter, Microsoft explained that it was an 'accidental human error.' 'We are actively working to resolve the issue,' he said, and the problem was actually resolved on June 5.

The image that became a hot topic is a photograph of a man standing in front of a PLA tank, and is known around the world as a photograph that symbolizes the 'Tiananmen Square Incident.' It is well known that the pictures were taken by Associated Press's Jeff Widener, but in addition to being taken by multiple cameramen, CNN and others are also taking pictures.

Man vs. Chinese tank Tiananmen square --June 5, 1989 --YouTube

In the documentary published by PBS, a public broadcaster in the United States, you can see the flow of a cameraman shooting a convoy of tanks noticing a man standing in front of him and zooming in. In this video, you can see that the man wasn't standing there from the beginning, but walked from the left side of the road as he saw the tank moving forward.

The Tank Man (full film) | FRONTLINE --YouTube

Kenneth Roth of Human Rights Watch, who works to protect the human rights of all people around the world, said that he 'doesn't think it's a very careless error' about his search and encounter with this error. And described this event as 'outrageous.'

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