A day ahead of the launch of the Christchurch Call to Action in Paris, a voluntary commitment by governments and tech companies to combat online extremism, Facebook announced new policies concerning the misuse of Facebook Live.
In March 2018, reports surfaced that the private information of up to 87 million Facebook users had been harvested by the firm Cambridge Analytica since 2014.
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Policymakers and the public have rightfully demanded the removal of neo-Nazi, white supremacist, and far-right content from the Internet following the horrific Christchurch, New Zealand mosque murders that were livestreamed on Facebook and subsequently re-uploaded countless times to a variety of
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One Month After New Zealand Massacre Broadcasted on Facebook Live, Company Revises Livestream Policy
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