News24.com | Facebook to curb livestreaming amid pressure over Christchurch massacre
Wednesday, 15 May 2019 () Facebook announced it would tighten access to its livestreaming feature as New Zealand's Premier Jacinda Ardern and French leader Emmanuel Macron prepared to launch the global "Christchurch Call" initiative to tackle the spread of extremism online.
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...
Facebook Inc said on Tuesday it was tightening rules around its livestreaming feature ahead of a meeting of world leaders aimed at curbing online violence in the aftermath of a massacre in New Zealand...
According to a report by Reuters, on Friday, Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg said that the company was looking to restrict live video following the streaming of footage of the Christchurch massacre on its..
New York-based researcher Eric Feinberg has located a "game" on Facebook that is based on the Christchurch mosque massacres - but a few frames in, it switches... New Zealand Herald Also reported by •Deutsche Welle
Facebook will impose a new 'one strike' policy on its 2.3 billion users to stop terrorist and violent videos from being broadcast live following the Christchurch... The Age Also reported by •DNA •NPR •WorldNews •New Zealand Herald