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Facebook Removes 1.5M Versions Of Attack Video

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Facebook Removes 1.5M Versions Of Attack Video

Facebook Removes 1.5M Versions Of Attack Video

New York (CNN Business ) Facebook and other social media companies fought to stop videos of the New Zealand mosque attacks from spreading on their sites.

Facebook said Sunday that it removed 1.5 million videos of the New Zealand attacks around the globe.

Facebook also said it was "removing all edited versions of the video that do not show graphic content," as well as praise or support for the shooting.

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