I was reading the most recent updates on boston.com, and found this post from a staffer from that site: ******** I have to say that I'm in agreement with your friend, FGRSK8. One of the biggest hypocrisies WRT to the public is that they often complain about reports from the media (which includes print and video journalism) not covering events in depth and with full disclosure, yet they turn right around and raise hell about witness accounts, video footage, and photographs being "too graphic" to be shown on-air/in print . Many/Most journalists (especially photographers), including one that I know, would prefer to be able to air/print the scenes as they actually were, but their hands are tied WRT the "decency filters" that disallow that from happening. She spent almost three weeks doing photography from Ground Zero for one of the major news outlets, and I was told that what made it to print didn't come close to scratching the surface as to just how horrific the scene truly was. IIRC, the term she used for it was the "Disneyfication of 9/11." Needless to say, it was clearly meant in the pejorative sense.