The video of the attacks in New Zealand is less than two hundred times viewed live and in total, about four thousand views before it was removed, login Facebook Tuesday.
The perpetrator of the attacks on two mosques in New Zealand sent his deeds live via Facebook. Facebook got the first notification about the video 29 minutes after it had started, the original live broadcast was already twelve minutes past.
The original video is about four thousand times seen before Facebook the images deleted. Also deleted Facebook the personal accounts of the aanslagpleger on Facebook and Instagram. Accounts of imitators are also removed quickly.
Image and geluidsherkenning used to be a video to fend off
To ensure that the video is not again and again by the users is uploaded, use Facebook both image – as geluidsherkenning. For example, the images during the upload will be stopped.
Facebook reported earlier in the first 24 hours after the attack, a million and a half videos of the attacks to have removed or stopped during the upload process. Now imagine that the company has more than eight hundred visually similar videos of the attack to have shared with the Global Internet Forum to Counter Terrorism, a body that the self-promotion of terrorists to disrupt.
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This we know about the attacks in New Zealand mosques
YouTube: Every second, a uploadpoging
YouTube told Monday to U.s. media that the company is in the 24 hours after the attacks, on average, every second a uploadpoging had to stop. Users tried the video of the aanslagpleger massively again online if social media was removed.
YouTube also made it temporarily impossible to search for recently uploaded videos to prevent the video’s along the automatic-control were actually viewed.
Reddit closed a few hours after the attacks have been popular subforums, where both videos and moving gifjes of the attacks were shared.
In the attacks on two mosques in the New Zealand city of Christchurch and the suburb of Linwood came Friday fifty people to life.
The aanslagpleger announced his actions just before, through a manifesto on the forum, 8chan, and streamde images of his attack, live through Facebook. He had a camera on his head.
‘Chain of love’
A group of New Zealanders want Friday, a week after the attacks, a ‘human chain of love’ form around mosques in the country. Founder Jude Fippard wants the chain in any case in the city of Auckland, where all the permission of the police.
Still for Friday hopes Fippard the event NZ Stand Together nationwide to make. “Let’s make a human chain of love and support around mosques form, so that the people there in peace and pray”, says Fippard against the New Zealand news organization Newshub.
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