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Christchurch mosque shootings: How social media's business model helped the massacre go viral

New Zealand Herald Tuesday, 19 March 2019
Christchurch mosque shootings: How social media's business model helped the massacre go viralThe ability of Internet users to spread a video of Friday's slaughter in New Zealand marked a triumph — however appalling — of human ingenuity over computerised systems designed to block troubling images of violence and hate.People...
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New Zealanders Surrender Guns After Mosque Massacre New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern made a promise to change gun laws following the Christchurch mosque shootings that left 50 people dead. New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern, via statement Mike Bush, New Zealand's Police Commissioner,...

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