Facebook has been always criticized for lack of privacy, revealing inappropriate comments and posts, yet the climax of users’ angriness was the live-stream video of the terrorists’ attacks in New Zealand.
Many people were able to see how terrorists killed people by their own eyes, and Facebook at first did not ban or close it. A huge pile of negative comments was collapsed on Facebook management, thus, it decided to restrict people who can live stream video on the platform.
Facebook wrote in the blog post that it would ban users who violate the platform’s standards once from using the live-streaming service for set periods of time. It means, that if a user posted something harmful or inappropriate on his/her profile, either link leading to porn or link leading to terrorist attacks, they would be banned from live-streaming.
Facebook’s vice president of integrity, Guy Rosen, said:
“Our goal is to minimize risk of abuse on Live while enabling people to use Live in a positive way every day.”
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