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Christchurch call: How to curb hate and extreme violence on social media?

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Should any Internet user be allowed to live stream their deeds? Two months to the day after a white supremacist turned on his bodycam and shot up two mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand's prime minister among world leaders meet in Paris for a summit to address online extremism. Jacinda Adern describes how Facebook took down the video but by then, others had shared it all over the web on platforms such as YouTube.

Added on the 15/05/2019 20:10:53 - Copyright : France 24 EN

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