Facebook will now be difficult for everyone to do live video streaming. Facebook has tightened its rules after the live video of the attack on two mosques in New Zealand has been broadcast live. Information about this was given by Sheryl Sandberg, Chief Operating Officer of Facebook.he social media site
Let us say that about 50 people died in New Zealand’s ‘The Christchurch’ racist attack. The assailant was suffering from racist thinking of understanding the whites best and he started firing at people who were praying in two mosques. The video of this whole incident was broadcast live on Facebook.
On harassing live video rules, Facebook’s Chief Operating Officer Sheryl Sandberg said that the question of people is “How can people use the Facebook platform to share videos of heinous attacks.”
Sheryl Sandberg said that keeping in mind the terrorist attacks, Facebook is taking three steps on the issue of live video. Under this, we are harsh on the rules of ‘Facebook Live’. Also, steps are being taken to tackle issues related to ‘Hatred’ on Facebook.
According to Sandberg, Facebook is considering banning people who have previously violated the standards set by the social network through direct broadcast on Facebook.
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