This month’s mass shooting at two mosques in New Zealand exposed how social media companies are still struggling to moderate their platforms. Microsoft now says a united tech industry could work.. The Verge - Published
New Zealander Ashir Rizvi was inside the Linwood mosque when a lone gunman approached and started shooting. Rizvi talks about the emotional rollercoaster he's been riding since surviving New Zealand's..
President Donald Trump responded to a question from a reporter at the White House asking whether white nationalists are a rising threat. Trump said "I don't really" and said he instead thinks acts of..
Matthew Cheslock, an equity trader at Virtu Financial, talked to TheStreet about Lyft's roadshow and what the ride-hailing service's aim to raise $2 billion means for the company. "If they can get $2..
Police are investigating a fire at a Southern California mosque on Sunday as a possible arson and hate crime after fresh graffiti on the driveway mentioned the mass shootings at two mosques in New.. Reuters - Published Also reported by •Reuters India
Britain's Prince Harry and his wife Meghan paid their respects on Tuesday for the victims of last week's mass shooting at two mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand in which 50 people were killed. Reuters India - Published
The teenager, whose name was suppressed by the judge, was also charged with publishing a photograph of the Christchurch mosque with the message "target acquired", and for inciting violence Firstpost - Published
Social media platforms must be able to react more quickly and stop the broadcast of live events, the leader of Britain's opposition Labour Party said on Sunday, after a gunman in New Zealand broadcast.. Reuters India - Published
Two Pakistani nationals were killed in the terror attack on two mosques in New Zealand and one of them died while he was attempting to stop the shooter during the attack, according to a media report. DNA - Published
Senior Congress leader Digvijaya Singh compared Prime Minister Narendra Modi with the most infamous dictators of history, Hitler and Mussolini, as he tweeted about the need for love, peace and.. IndiaVision - Published
SINGAPORE (Reuters) - Social media giants Facebook, Twitter, Google faced scrutiny over extremist content on their platforms on Friday after video footage of mass shootings in New Zealand was live.. Firstpost - Published Also reported by •Reuters India
Describing himself as a 'white man from a regular family', one of the suspected shooters of the New Zealand mosque shooting, revealed that he is 28 and worked as a "kebab removalist" Firstpost - Published
Facebook is being questioned for allowing the livestreaming of a murderer who killed 49 innocent people in two mosques in New Zealand earlier today. The social media platform didn’t act fast enough.. BGR India - Published
Social media platforms Facebook and Twitter said on Friday they would take down content involving mass shootings at two New Zealand mosques that killed at least 49 people and wounded more than 20. Reuters India - Published