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    More than 1.5 million videos of the New Zealand attack has been removed


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    Last week was a bizarre week for tech companies such as Facebook, Google, and Apple. Then end of the week, an extremist livestream his shootout on his Facebook account. He has shot dead more than 50 people.

    Facebook has taken immediate action to stop the video from spreading. Now, Facebook has confirmed that more than 1.5 million videos have been removed within a day. In addition to that, 1.2 million of those videos were stopped during the uploading process itself.

    Moreover, Facebook has deleted the shooter’s Facebook and Instagram account. According to Mia Garlick, Facebook is working 24/7 to remove any contents related to the New Zealand mass shooting attack. If any of you planned to upload those video on your Facebook account, your account might blocked because this is again Facebook policy. According to Facebook, they have classify the attack as terror attack. Which means you might even been caught if you provide any kind of support towards the shooter.

    Raaj Lokanathan
    A software engineer as a profession. A tech blogger as a passion.

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