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Facebook cracks down on abuse of live streaming

Wednesday 15 May 2019 | 10:30 CET | News
Facebook announced a stricter policy for blocking users who abuse its Live streaming function on the social network. Following condemnation from governments and users after the terrorist attack in Christchurch was live streamed on the network, the company said it will implement a 'one strike' policy, blocking users from Live after a single offence of its user policies. 

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Countries: World
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