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Facebook introduces new rules for livestreaming after Christchurch shooting

Sify Wednesday, 15 May 2019
[US], May 15 (ANI): Facebook is introducing new rules for its live streaming feature, in response to the deadly terrorist attack in New Zealand that was broadcasted live on the social media platform.
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