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Facebook restricts livestreaming, invests in AI on eve of Christchurch Call Summit

New Zealand Herald Wednesday, 15 May 2019 ()
Facebook restricts livestreaming, invests in AI on eve of Christchurch Call SummitJust 12 hours before Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern is due to welcome leaders to the Christchurch Call summit, Facebook has announced new measures in response to the March 15 tragedy.In a statement from Guy Rosen, vice president...
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