Christchurch: NZ PM Jacinda targets online hate after mosque attacks
Monday, 13 May 2019 () Since the attack, Ardern has strongly criticised tech giants for not doing enough to combat online extremism. WELLINGTON: New Zealand’s leader Jacinda Ardern will demand action to curb online extremism, citing the worst mass killing in her country’s recent history at a summit of world leaders and tech firms in Paris Wednesday. A self-described white supremacist killed 51 Muslims in the Christchurch mosque attacks on 15 March. During the assault the man wore a head-mounted camera, broadcasting his actions online. Arden has been the driving...
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Duke of Cambridge expresses sorrow to families on visit to Christchurch attack mosque. Kensington Palace shared a video on Twitter of the duke speaking to women and Imam Gamal Fouda. The duke was later..
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New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern is connecting with major tech companies like Facebook, Google, Microsoft and Twitter. According to Business Insider, Ardern wants to slow the spread of violent..
SINGAPORE (AP) — Singapore’s Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong says a global call to curb the spread of hate and extremism on internet platforms is an... Seattle Times Also reported by •WorldNews •BBC News •New Zealand Herald
A judicial inquiry into whether New Zealand's police and intelligence services could have prevented the Christchurch mosque attacks in which 51 worshippers died... IndiaTimes Also reported by •New Zealand Herald
New Zealand leader Jacinda Ardern is co-leading an international meeting in Paris on Wednesday to curb online extremism in the wake of the Christchurch terror... SBS Also reported by •New Zealand Herald •IndiaTimes