Post NZ Attack, Facebook To Restrict Live-Streaming

March 30, 2019 12:52
Post NZ Attack, Facebook To Restrict Live-Streaming

Post NZ Attack, Facebook To Restrict Live-Streaming:- Social media platform Facebook introduced live streaming and soon it turned out as a platform which is used for various activities and events across the globe. After facing the flack for the New Zealand terror attack which shook the world, the social media giant is in plans to restrict the usage of live-streaming. A white man live-streamed the deadly terror attack on two mosques in Christchurch on Facebook. 50 people lost their lives in this attack and before it got removed, 4000 people watched the deadly attack live.

Various factors are now taken into consideration by Facebook and soon there would be several restrictions. Facebook is under extreme pressure and a new technology is built to identify violent videos and images to prevent them reaching wider space through Facebook. Facebook also used Artificial Intelligence to find and prevent related videos from being posted on the social media platform. Several other rules are strengthened on Facebook live. Facebook removed over 900 different edited videos posted on the platform.


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