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New Zealand shooting's a social media wake up call -- YouTube, others, must stop amplifying violent crimes
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Mar 15, 2019 8:11 PM 1+ week ago

New Zealand gunman walked back through mosque to kill wounded Video

The massacre at two New Zealand mosques on Friday, which claimed the lives of at least 49 people, was doubly shocking.

First, it was an unspeakable desecration of houses of worship and tragic loss of life designed to horrify the faithful worldwide. And second, it was a live-streamed terrorist attack designed for and enabled by modern social media platforms including YouTube (owned by Google), Twitter and Facebook.

People commenting on the cable news channels were quick with their hot takes. Some on CNN and MSNBC spent hours of airtime imputing this far-away murder spree to President Trump's influence. They ignored the fact that the recent U.S. spate of mass shootings at houses of worship got its grisly start during the Obama administration.

Notable and tragic examples include the shooting deaths of nine African-Americans at a church in Charleston, S.C., in 2015 and the Oak Creek, Wisc., massacre that claimed ...

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