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The platforms not to continue with the Delete

4000 Times the Original should have been looked at Video of the alleged Christchurch-assassin on Facebook. The group informs in a press release. The group is un

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The platforms not to continue with the Delete
4000 Times the Original should have been looked at Video of the alleged Christchurch-assassin on Facebook. The group informs in a press release. The group is under pressure because of millions of copies of the Videos were disseminated through social media. Politicians in new Zealand and Australia are now calling for consequences. the Jannis Brühl and Anna Ernst Jannis Brühl

Jannis Brühl, born in Nuremberg, is head of the digital Department. Studied politics and American studies in Erlangen, Germany and Portland, Oregon. Internship at SZ.de, then staff in the Economics Department. Won with the SZ-volunteers of the guard price of German daily press for the project "weapons in Germany". In 2013, Arthur F. Burns-fellow the editors of ProPublica in New York. By 2015, a correspondent for the North Rhine-Westphalia in Cologne and Düsseldorf.

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Anna Ernst (Born in 1989) writes for the Süddeutsche Zeitung on the Newsdesk about the day's events. Already in parallel to the study of history in Bochum, she has worked as a freelance journalist, including stations in the WAZ-research team and ZDFzoom. After the traineeship at the Funke media group in North Rhine-Westphalia and Berlin, she worked as editor of the Westdeutsche Allgemeine Zeitung in the spotlight-neighbourhood of Duisburg-Marxloh, before it went into the comparatively tranquil Baden-Württemberg to the Swabian newspaper. Privately, she is happy to be in the Kendo in the area, listens to Grunge music, or travels through the art museums.

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According to the right-wing extremist terrorist attack in Christchurch, new Zealand reacts to Facebook to international criticism. In the social network, a Video of the offender was to see who managed to pass his act, among other things, with a helmet camera, filmed and live. As Facebook now writes in a press release that saw the original Video is only about 4,000 Times before it was removed from the social Medium. In copies, it was, but a million times more.

new Zealand's Prime Minister, Jacinda Ardern practiced in a speech in Parliament, harsh criticism of Facebook: You could not "just sit back and accept that these platforms exist," said Ardern. She sees the social media in the responsibility: "you are the publisher, and not only to the letter carrier." A case of the "full Profits without responsibility" could not give it, she said.

Also the Prime Minister of Australia Scott Morrison had demanded consequences for social media. There must be a common agreement about the consequences for the media, the terrorist attacks transferred, asked Morrison in a Letter to the Japanese Prime Minister and Chairman of the G-20 group, Shinzo Abe.

From 200 million in just a few hours

In his opinion, Facebook asserts are working around the clock, the fact that such content disappear from the page. Both personnel as well as appropriate technology would be used. As the group explains, should have looked at 200 users, the Video of the alleged assassin, Brenton T. during the 17-minute Live broadcast. None of these users found worthy of the content a complaint. Only twelve minutes after the end of the Live-Streams the Video had been reported to Facebook for the first Time.

Even before Facebook of the Video learned, and spread the content outside of the platform. A user of the forum, 8chan, where the assassin is supposed to be Manifest upload, loaded the Clip in to a Sharing platform, and shared the Link, in turn, in the case of 8chan. From there, spread to other users of the Video in all the angles of the network: on Twitter, Facebook, Youtube.

took exactly when Facebook the Original Video from the network, not the company. It acknowledges, however, that it had been noted by the new Zealand police to the content. Minutes later, they've deleted the Video, said in the statement. The personal Facebook and Instagram Account of the alleged perpetrator had been removed.

Youtube uses filters to remove mass-to Videos

in Addition, Facebook have tried with technical capabilities, Videos with the same content to detect and delete. More than 1.5 million copies of the recording had been deleted within the first 24 hours after the attack. In addition, 1.2 million copies, you've already prevent the Upload.

Not only Facebook had problems, the dissemination of the Videos contain. Youtube told the SZ, the Video had been uploaded in the high phase once every second. The amount have led the company to an unusual step. The security team was removed and replaced by the human checkers, the content detection and deletion has been completely transferred to the Algorithms, in order to be the mass of Uploads.

Usually, the Algorithms to beat, is left but the clear decision of the people. In the case of the Christchurch-Videos you came to auto-delete filter. In addition, Youtube was Upload Filter. This files in the System for stored digital fingerprint matches are not allowed in the first place to Upload.

The emergency-erase routine for the Christchurch-Video works, according to Youtube, anything other than perfect. The company admitted that, in the framework of this automation after the attack many harmless Videos were incorrectly locked.

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