Facebook constrains livestreamfunctie in after attack in New Zealand

Facebook has its livestreamfunctie curtailed after a aanslagpleger in New Zealand his actions on the social network sent out. That has the techbedrijf published.

Users that certain rules on Facebook breached, can no longer be a live stream to start. Also visitors who are on the list of dangerous organizations and individuals, the right to a stream is denied.

Facebook was previously under fire because of the attack on two mosques in Christchurch in march broadcast could be on the platform. According to the critics, deleted the social network is still not fast enough videos of the assault that have been uploaded.

The social network says a strict policy to carry out. At the first violation of a “serious policy” is the access to livestreamen for a period of, for example, a month taken away from her. It can, for example, the parts of a terrorist manifesto.

In the past, deleted Facebook and all such messages and visitors were sometimes temporarily suspended for multiple offences. They were, however, get access to the livestreamfunctie.


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