Tech companies scramble to take down New Zealand shooting video

Tech companies scramble to take down New Zealand shooting video

Facebook, YouTube and Twitter are struggling to halt the spread of the horrific footage that appears to show a massacre at a mosque in New Zealand. One of the shooters live streamed the attack on Facebook. Twitter said it suspended an account related to the shooting and is working to remove the video. New Zealand police asked social media users to stop sharing the purported shooting footage.

Simone
Simone
Ghastly
Ghastly 1 year

Does this mean that we can now call them hate filled dens of anger and push back on their domain holders? I mean, they have no problem doing that to Gab, Minds, and BitChute ~ the MSM that is.

Russell Daggett
Russell Daggett 1 year

Why not let people share the video? I get that it's an atrocious act, but it will let people see first hand just what happened and what we are dealing with.

Max Maidment
Max Maidment 1 year

Censorship doesn't work. Everyone has seen the vid already and many have saved copies.

dindu jujitsu
dindu jujitsu 1 year

YouTube sounds like a publisher rather than a platform.

null null
null null 1 year

Like how the search filter has been non functional for days.

FirstCensorshipThenJail
FirstCensorshipThenJail 1 year

censorship is not the solution it is the problem.

SharkCat
SharkCat 1 year

Too late for that.

Bennington
Bennington 1 year

it's like a little kid building a little sand wall on the beach and expecting it to hold back the sea

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