1. Facebook announces how it will protect users from livestreaming breaches  Newshub
  2. Christchurch Call: What to expect as Jacinda Ardern finalises her tech pledge in Paris  Stuff.co.nz
  3. Facebook changes would have blocked gunman's livestream  New Zealand Herald
  4. Duncan Garner: Christchurch Call a win but losses at home mount for Jacinda Ardern  Newshub
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The social media giant announced the news on Wednesday.The social media giant announced the news on Wednesday.

Facebook announces how it will protect users from livestreaming breaches | Newshub

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is expected to sign an international pledge in Paris Wednesday aimed at getting governments and social media companies working together to curb the spread of violent and extremist content online.Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is expected to sign an international pledge in Paris Wednesday aimed at getting governments and social media companies working together to curb the spread of violent and extremist content online.

Facebook Inc said on Tuesday it was tightening rules around its livestreaming feature ahead of a meeting of world leaders aimed at curbing online violence in the aftermath of the Christchurch massacre.Facebook Inc said on Tuesday it was tightening rules around its livestreaming feature ahead of a meeting of world leaders aimed at curbing online violence in the aftermath of the Christchurch massacre.

Facebook says it will tighten livestreaming rules in wake of Christchurch massacre - National | Globalnews.ca

New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern said she does "not understand" why the United States has failed to change its gun laws after mass shootings."To be honest with you, I do not understand the United States"

New Zealand Prime Minister Does 'Not Understand' U.S. Gun Laws | Time

If nothing else, the Christchurch Call to Action ratchets up the pressure on the social-media giants to stop pretending they have no responsibility about violent extremism being spread on their platforms.If nothing else, the Christchurch Call to Action ratchets up the pressure on the social-media giants to stop pretending they have no responsibility about violent extremism being spread on their platforms.

“Hateful content online has deadly consequences, and we need to stop it. Today in Paris I joined @jacindaardern, @EmmanuelMacron & other leaders in adopting the Christchurch Call to Action - a global pledge to end terrorism & violent extremism online. More: https://t.co/MiQ9EQHGlP”

Justin Trudeau on Twitter: "Hateful content online has deadly consequences, and we need to stop it. Today in Paris I joined @jacindaardern, @EmmanuelMacron & other leaders in adopting the Christchurch Call to Action - a global pledge to end terrorism & violent extremism online. More: https://t.co/MiQ9EQHGlP… https://t.co/5AW6FQk00e"

“The Christchurch attack was a horror. And then to make it even more horrible some people get organized to publish it on platforms and create virality around it. That was the purpose of the Facebook live, a new face of terrorism.@jacindaardern:"they were killed and killed on line" https://t.co/ACSlvcfUwt”

Laetitia Avia on Twitter: "The Christchurch attack was a horror. And then to make it even more horrible some people get organized to publish it on platforms and create virality around it. That was the purpose of the Facebook live, a new face of terrorism.@jacindaardern:"they were killed and killed on line"… https://t.co/rf3YNo2xb2"

“Yesterday, I attended the Christchurch Call civil society meeting as an invitee of the New Zealand government. 40+ members of civil society met with NZ officials, including PM Jacinda Ardern herself. Are you surprised? I have seen zero press coverage of the meeting.”

jillian on Twitter: "Yesterday, I attended the Christchurch Call civil society meeting as an invitee of the New Zealand government. 40+ members of civil society met with NZ officials, including PM Jacinda Ardern herself. Are you surprised? I have seen zero press coverage of the meeting."

“Just spoke with New Zealand Prime Minister @jacindaardern, who is in Paris to work with world leaders and tech companies to try to end the spread of extremism online. We spoke about the Christchurch terrorist attack, Facebook, gun control, and climate change. Airs tonight.”

Christiane Amanpour on Twitter: "Just spoke with New Zealand Prime Minister @jacindaardern, who is in Paris to work with world leaders and tech companies to try to end the spread of extremism online. We spoke about the Christchurch terrorist attack, Facebook, gun control, and climate change. Airs tonight.… https://t.co/bcEmO3qVuW"

So the Christchurch Call is about to be heard in Paris. Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has arrived and spoken to host Emmanuel Macron and the media in the So the Christchurch Call is about to be heard in Paris. Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has arrived and spoken to host Emmanuel Macron and the media in the

Andrew Dickens: Here's what Ardern's Christchurch Call will actually achieve

The agreement is to eliminate terrorist and violent extremist content online.The agreement is to eliminate terrorist and violent extremist content online.

Tech companies and 17 countries sign up to Christchurch Call - but not US | 1 NEWS NOW | TVNZ

Facebook toughened its livestreaming policies Wednesday as it prepared to huddle with world leaders and other tech CEOs in Paris to find ways to keep social media from being used to spread hate, organize extremist groups and broadcast terror attacks.Facebook toughened its livestreaming policies Wednesday as it prepared to huddle with world leaders and other tech CEOs in Paris to find ways to keep social media from being used to spread hate, organize extremist groups and broadcast terror attacks.

Facebook limits video streaming ahead of extremism conference in Paris | CP24.com

Experts suggest internet companies’ participation is largely symbolic in the absence of both an enforcement mechanism and U.S. regulatory heft Experts suggest internet companies’ participation is largely symbolic in the absence of both an enforcement mechanism and U.S. regulatory heft

Social-media giants pledge joint action on online extremism at summit with Trudeau, other world leaders - The Globe and Mail

Executives of the companies made the statement while in France attending the Christchurch Call summit along with world leaders.Executives of the companies made the statement while in France attending the Christchurch Call summit along with world leaders.

Facebook, Google, Amazon ‘come together’ with plan to tackle online hate - National | Globalnews.ca

The Christchurch appeal refers to the terrorist attack on Christchurch mosques in New Zealand on March 15, which killed 51 people and was streamed live on Facebook.The Christchurch appeal refers to the terrorist attack on Christchurch mosques in New Zealand on March 15, which killed 51 people and was streamed live on Facebook.

Macron and Ardern seek pledge to eliminate violent content online | Euronews

The scheme aims to tackle terror content after the Christchurch attacks, but the US opts out.The scheme aims to tackle terror content after the Christchurch attacks, but the US opts out.

US says it will not join Christchurch Call against online terror - BBC News

The US tech giant announced that it will tighten rules in order to curb the spread of hate and terrorist ideas online in the aftermath of New Zealand’s mosque shootings, which were livestreamed on Facebook. The news comes ahead of the “Tech for Good” summit, which gathers tech executives and world leaders.The US tech giant announced that it will tighten rules in order to curb the spread of hate and terrorist ideas online in the aftermath of New Zealand’s mosque shootings, which were livestreamed on Facebook. The news comes ahead of the “Tech for Good” summit, which gathers tech executives and world leaders.

Facebook to Put Extra Limits on Livestream, Ads Over Christchurch Massacre - Sputnik International

The US tech giant announced that it will tighten rules in order to curb the spread of hate and terrorist ideas online in the aftermath of New Zealand’s mosque shootings, which were livestreamed on Facebook. The news comes ahead of the “Tech for Good” summit, which gathers tech executives and world leaders.The US tech giant announced that it will tighten rules in order to curb the spread of hate and terrorist ideas online in the aftermath of New Zealand’s mosque shootings, which were livestreamed on Facebook. The news comes ahead of the “Tech for Good” summit, which gathers tech executives and world leaders.

Facebook to Put Extra Limits on Livestream, Ads Over Christchurch Massacre - Sputnik International