Mark Zuckerberg defends Facebook after Christchurch terror attacks were livestreamed

Facebook chief executive Mark Zuckerberg has defended the company’s actions after terror attacks, including the mosque attacks in Christchurch, were livestreamed on the social media site.
Zuckerberg stressed the company has to work harder to “amplify the good things that people do and to mitigate and remove as much of the negative as possible”, he said in an interview with George Stephanopoulos on ABC News.

Facebook was extremely criticized after the shooting in Christchurch was livestreamed on Facebook and the video was still available on a range of platforms for hours after the event.

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How to go live on TikTok in 2019

TikTok platform is popular worldwide as it permits people to make beautiful videos online. Live streaming is one of the best techniques to stay connected with the fans online. It can also help you get some gifts and donations.

You might be aware of the fact that TikTok/Musical.ly app isn’t only for making lip syncing videos rather it additionally permits users to make some interesting content online. It can be used to send messages, to enjoy live broadcasting as well as to create videos with social media tips and ideas. This platform welcomes a variety of genres as well as acting, dancing, comedy, and drama in addition.

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Facebook and Instagram suffer most severe outage ever

Facebook appears to be recovering from a more than 14-hour disruption to all of its products that left them mostly inaccessible across the globe.
The company’s main social network, its two messaging apps and image-sharing site Instagram were all affected.

Facebook has yet to offer an explanation for the outage.
The last time Facebook had a disruption of this magnitude was in 2008, when the site had 150m users – compared with around 2.3bn monthly users nowadays.
The problems began yesterday afternoon, and only showed real signs of recovery this morning. They meant core platforms many people rely on every day to communicate were rendered mostly useless.

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