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Facebook receives a lot of accusations about allowing a terrorist massacre

After the horrific terrorist massacre in New Zealand's Christchurch, the social networking site Facebook received a lot of accusations about allowing it to broadcast long minutes of footage without moving to block the broadcast, and Facebook seems to be moving to fix this mistake.

Facebook has indicated shortly after the terrorist attack in New Zealand Christchurch that it will review criteria for using the live broadcast feature, which is available from yesterday.

The company said in a statement that it will begin to tighten the standards and rules for the use of live broadcasts, and pointed out that if Facebook violates a user of these rules, it may be prevented from using the live broadcast feature for a certain period, and if continued the same approach may go to The goal is to ban his account permanently.

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