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Live video in Facebook: Who's streaming and when?

Facebook has announced two months after the Christchurch-attacks restrictions for Live video and better detection of uploaded Videos. Whether this is enough is questionable.

The assassins of Christchurch, has been killed, his murder series, in which 50 people on Facebook live as a video stream published 17 minutes long. About 200 Users had viewed the Stream live. Only twelve minutes after the Livestream first messages in Facebook.

But the live streams will remain after the end of the Transfer permanently to the schedule available. The other Live services, such as YouTube, Instagram or Vimeo, in principle, exactly the same.

Now Facebook has announced, in the future, Blocking for eye-catching Users. Facebook wants to lock individual User to a "serious rule violation" to "a certain time". The reason could be, for example, that a User a Link to a terrorist group poste without a corresponding classification. In such a case, up to 30 days to threaten, in future, Live-Video-lock.

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