Facebook to review ‘reporting logic’ after New Zealand shootings were streamed live

Facebook to review ‘reporting logic’ after New Zealand shootings were streamed live

Facebook has pledged to review its “reporting logic and experiences for live and recently live videos” after video depicting the shootings in Christch

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Facebook has pledged to review its “reporting logic and experiences for live and recently live videos” after video depicting the shootings in Christchurch, N.Z. were streamed live on the social network.In a Wednesday statement issued by Guy Rosen, Facebook’s VP of integrity, the company outlined numerous actions it is undertaking after video of the shootings that killed 50 people showed up on the platform.WATCH: March 15 — Role of social media in Christchurch shootings

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