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Facebook removed 1.5 million videos of New Zealand terror attack

CBS News Sunday, 17 March 2019
Social media company also said it prevented 1.2 million copies of the videos from being uploaded to its platform
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Reuters reports Facebook Inc said it removed 1.5 million videos globally of the New Zealand mosque attack in the first 24 hours after the attack. Facebook said in a tweet late Saturday"In the first 24 hours we removed 1.5 million videos of the attack globally, of which over 1.2 million were blocked...

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