New Zealand Mass Shooting Removed From Facebook
Technology is all about spreading comfort to human lives, but in the past, for many times this amazing luxury what we called Technology is used to terrorize humanity. Good use of Smart Tech has become the worst nightmare. Facebook holds the record largest users community. So, people, most of the time use Facebook to share information about their life events.
New Zealand Mass Shooting Video
New Zealand deadly shooting video goes viral in a bad sense, most of the users started to share or upload the video. The video quickly becomes very painful for most of the Facebook community.
The killer posted a 17-minute video to Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and YouTube. Which highlighted the message to go viral, even all social media companies have worked to stop the video. But it gone viral and became the most watched video in few hours.
The video reached to almost everyone who has internet connectivity, it is very difficult to take down some specific content. But Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube have worked around the clock to remove every single video related to New Zealand Mosque mass shooting. Reddit banned its sub thread called r/watchpeopldie.
Facebook Removed Viral Video
Facebook yesterday on Twitter confirms that they have removed 1.5 million video and 1.2 million videos blocked while uploading. But still, there is huge concern found amongst the people on the social media platform.
AirAsia CEO Deleted His Facebook Account
As a protest, AirAsia CEO Tony Fernandes deleted his Facebook account because of the circulation of New Zealand’s Mass Shooting video. Which show that there is still many thousand copies of the video on social networks.
In a series of tweets on Sunday, Fernandes, who had 670,000 followers, said though he was a “social media fan”, the live-stream caused him to leave Facebook, the CNN reported.
“The amount of hate that goes on in social media sometimes outweighs the good…Facebook could have done more to stop some of this…17 mins of a live stream of killing and hate!!!! Its need to clean up and not just think of financials,” he tweeted.
Social Media giants must have to devise multiple policies to stop this kind of event from going viral. How come a man stream lives for more than 17 minutes without any restriction. The companies must have to develop AI to detect such event before it stormed over the internet.
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