Home > Facebook's Zuckerberg Defends Livestreaming Service After New Zealand Massacre

News
Facebook's Zuckerberg Defends Livestreaming Service After New Zealand Massacre

Description

According to a report by SFGate, Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg defended the company's livestreaming service following a wave of criticism after it was used in the mass-shooting in Christchurch, New Zealand, which left 50 people dead. On Thursday, in an appearance on "Good Morning America" Zuckerberg said, “Most people are livestreaming, you know, a birthday party or hanging out with friends when they can’t be together.

Added on the 04/04/2019 10:03:12 - Copyright : Wochit

To customise your video :

Or Create an account

More videos on the subject

  • Facebook Lawyer Admits There Is No Privacy In Facebook

    According to a report by Digital Trends, just one day before Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg told shareholders that he wants to build a 'privacy-focused social platform' the company's lawyer argued that privacy doesn't actually exist on Facebook. While speaking at a hearing in a class-action lawsuit over Cambridge Analytica's access to Facebook user data, company attorney Orin Snyder said there there is 'no expectation of privacy' on Facebook or in other social media platforms. While trying to convince US District Court Judge Vince Chhabria to throw out the lawsuit, Snyder reportedly said, “There is no invasion of privacy at all, because there is no privacy." Digital Trends reports that Snyder went on to argue that all users have already given their consent to share data with third parties.

    31/05/2019 - Wochit
  • Co-Founder Of Facebook Co Wants To Break Up Facebook

    According to Geek.com, "Fifteen years ago, Chris Hughes helped co-found globally popular social networking service Facebook. Now he wants to dismantle it. In a scathing—and lengthy—op-ed published by The New York Times, Hughes call for the government to break up Facebook’s monopoly and regulate the company to make it more accountable.

    10/05/2019 - Wochit
  • Facebook Cofounder Says Zuckerberg's Master Plan Was 'Domination'

    Facebook cofounder Chris Hughes urged the U.S. government to break apart Facebook in an op-ed published Thursday in the New York Times. Hughes says CEO Mark Zuckerberg has always thought about Facebook in terms of "domination." Zuckerberg has grown Facebook into a monopoly that needs to be regulated and held accountable, Hughes wrote. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories.

    09/05/2019 - Wochit
  • Facebook Says Future Of Company Depends On Privacy

    During Facebook F8 2019, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg said “The future is private.” According to Digital Trends, Facebook has faced multiple issues with privacy and has lost public trust. In the company’s annual developer conference, Zuckerberg cited six core pillars that would lead to more privacy. Those include private interactions, encryption, reduced permanence, safety,interoperability and secure data storage. Yet, with the platform being based on advertising, there still needs to be some form of information collection.

    01/05/2019 - Wochit
  • Federal Investigators Turn Their Sights To Mark Zuckerberg

    Business Insider reports that a new report in the Washington Post indicates that a federal investigation into Facebook could find Mark Zuckerberg directly responsible for any privacy failings on the social network.

    19/04/2019 - Wochit
  • Rentrée ministérielle : connaissez-vous vos ministres ?

    Les ministres font leur rentrée ce 21 août 2019. A cette occasion, nous avons interrogé des parisiens pour savoir s'ils reconnaissaient les visages les membres du gouvernement d'Edouard Philippe. Et le moins que l'on puisse dire, c'est que cela n'a pas été toujours une réussite Retrouvez l'info en temps réel avec Le Parisien : >> http://www.leparisien.fr/#xtor=AL-1481423430

    21/08/2019 - Le Parisien