(Reuters) — Fb chief working officer Sheryl Sandberg stated on Friday the corporate was trying to place restrictions on who can go reside on its platform primarily based on sure standards within the aftermath of the Christchurch bloodbath.
The corporate will monitor who can go “Dwell” on Fb relying on elements resembling prior neighborhood normal violations, Sandberg stated in a weblog publish right here.
A lone gunman killed 50 folks at two mosques in New Zealand on March 15, whereas livestreaming the bloodbath.
Fb has recognized greater than 900 totally different movies displaying parts of the 17-minutes of carnage and has used its current synthetic intelligence instruments to determine and take away hate teams in Australia and New Zealand, the weblog stated.
Final week, the social networking big stated it eliminated 1.5 million movies globally that had footage of the New Zealand mosque assault within the first 24 hours after the assault.
Earlier this week, one of many principal teams representing Muslims in France stated it was suing Fb and YouTube, accusing them of inciting violence by permitting the streaming of the video.
Fb, the world’s largest social community with 2.7 billion customers, has confronted rising discontent over its method to privateness and person information amid rising considerations over its promoting practices.
(Reporting by Sayanti Chakraborty in Bengaluru; Modifying by Shailesh Kuber)