Apparently Burson-Marsteller can't get enough bad press, as it was caught removing criticism about the debacle from its Facebook page.
was able to snag a screenshot of a comment criticizing the firm before it was removed.
The post read, "Since no one from your organization is sharing this information, I will kindly pass along to all your Facebook fans. Pretty poor press release explaining your actions too."
The Facebook user then provided a link to a about the firm being hired by Facebook to run the campaign.
Wired was able to confirm the firm removed the post from its page. A representative from the PR firm told Wired "That was wrong," to remove the post. The rep said the company would reach out to the user and invite her to repost her comment.