Seventeen minutes of carnage: how New Zealand gunman broadcast his killings online
Friday, 15 March 2019 By Jack Stubbs LONDON (Reuters) - A gunman who killed 49 people at two New Zealand mosques live-streamed the attacks on Facebook for 17 minutes using an app designed for extreme sports enthusiasts, with copies still being shared on social media hours later. The live footage of Friday's attacks, New Zealand's worst-ever mass shooting, was first posted to Facebook and has since been shared on Twitter, Alphabet Inc's YouTube and Facebook-owned Whatsapp and Instagram. Facebook, Twitter and YouTube all said they had taken steps to remove copies of the videos.
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