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'Christchurch Call' launched in Paris as Facebook limits live streaming for extremists

Deutsche Welle Wednesday, 15 May 2019 ()
'Christchurch Call' launched in Paris as Facebook limits live streaming for extremistsThe New Zealand premier has gone to Paris to launch the "Christchurch Call" to eliminate terrorist and violent extremist content online. Facebook said it would tighten access to live streaming.
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News video: FB Users Who Used Live Video After Christchurch Massacre Face Punishment

FB Users Who Used Live Video After Christchurch Massacre Face Punishment 00:39

According to Business Insider, "Facebook announced Tuesday that it is tightening its rules around live streaming following the Christchurch mosque shootings. Facebook will now act on a "one strike" basis for live videos, blocking users immediately from broadcasting live if they seriously violate...

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