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Report: Facebook, Twitter, Google Fail to Stop Spread of New Zealand Massacre Video
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Mar 15, 2019 3:21 PM 1+ week ago

According to CNN Business, the social networks are "struggling to halt the spread" of the nearly 17-minute video allegedly showing the massacre, which was also livestreamed on Facebook without interference because "Facebook's artificial intelligence tools and human moderators were apparently unable to detect the livestream of the shooting."

Facebook's Director of Policy for Australia and New Zealand, Mia Garlick, claimed in a statement, "New Zealand Police alerted us to a video on Facebook shortly after the livestream commenced and we quickly removed both the shooter's Facebook and Instagram accounts and the video," though according to CNN Business, the social network "declined further comment on when exactly it took down the video."

Twitter also reportedly suspended a user "related to the shooting," and "is working to remove the video from its platform," while YouTube reportedly took action against the video as well.

CNN Business reported, however, that "copies of the gruesome video continued to appear on Facebook, YouTube and Twitter," hours ...

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