Act to remove terrorist videos and content: NZ broadband providers

Jenny Ruth
Tue, 19 Mar 2019

By Jenny Ruth March 19 (BusinessDesk) - Three major mobile and broadband phone companies are calling on global social media providers Facebook, Twitter and Google to join “an urgent discussion” on finding an enduring solution to eliminate harmful content such as the video footage taken by the gunman who killed 50 people in Christchurch on Friday. “Although we recognise the speed with which social network companies sought to remove Friday’s video once they were made aware of it, this was still a response to material that was rapidly spread...
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