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Social Media Giants Criticized For Slow Response To Viral New Zealand Video

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Social Media Giants Criticized For Slow Response To Viral New Zealand Video

Social Media Giants Criticized For Slow Response To Viral New Zealand Video

According to a report by Reuters, on Friday, global leaders criticized social media giants Facebook, Twitter, and Google over their handling of extremist content on their platforms, after video footage of mass shootings at two mosques in New Zealand was live streamed and widely shared online.

Footage of the attacks, which left 49 dead in New Zealand’s worst-ever mass shooting, was broadcast to Facebook and then reshared by users on other social media platforms. Reuters reports that Democratic U.

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Social Media Giants Criticized For Slow Response To Viral New Zealand Video

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