Facebook tightens live-streaming in crackdown on violence

You can instantly stream live video on Facebook with the Facebook Live feature and following the horrific terrorist attack in New Zealand which was streamed live on the platform, the world’s largest social network is now rolling out some restrictions for Facebook Live. The company says that it has been reviewing what more it can do to limit its services from being used to spread hate, hence these restrictions. Starting today, people who have previously broken certain rules on Facebook, including its Dangerous Organizations and Individuals policy, will not be allowed to stream on Facebook Live. It will now apply a “one strike” policy to Live keeping a broader range of offenses in mind.Anyone who violates Facebook’s most serious policies will be restricted from using Live for set periods of time, such as 30 days, starting on their first offense. For example, if a user shares a link to a statement from a terrorist group with no context, they will be immediately blocked from using Live f

Facebook tightens live-streaming in crackdown on violence

Facebook announced Wednesday it is tightening access to livestreaming to prevent the rampant sharing of graphic video as took place with the Christchurch massacre.

Wed 15 May 19 from Phys.org

Facebook Introduces Some Restrictions For Live Video Streaming

You can instantly stream live video on Facebook with the Facebook Live feature and following the horrific terrorist attack in New Zealand which was streamed live on the platform, the world’s ...

Wed 15 May 19 from Ubergizmo

Following Livestreamed Mass Shooting, Facebook Introduces One Strike Policy On Livestreams

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Wed 15 May 19 from Gizmodo

Facebook implements "one strike" policy to protect Live from abuse

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Wed 15 May 19 from Techspot

Facebook unveils a 'one-strike' policy for live streaming violations

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Wed 15 May 19 from Engadget

Facebook to ban users from Live streaming if they violate community rules - CNET

A new one-strike policy comes after the livestreamed massacre in Christchurch.

Wed 15 May 19 from CNET Cutting Edge

Facebook imposes restrictions on live-streaming to prevent future abuse

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Tue 14 May 19 from The Verge

Facebook introduces live stream restrictions after New Zealand terror attack

Facebook Live rules have been tightened after it was used to broadcast the mass shootings in Christchurch, New Zealand.

Wed 15 May 19 from Techradar

Facebook announces “one strike” policy to fight live-streaming abuses

Violations of Facebook’s community standards will lead to an immediate ban on using Facebook Live. Two months after a lone gunman live-streamed a mass shooting at two mosques in the city ...

Wed 15 May 19 from Fastcompany Tech

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