1. 17 minutes of carnage: how New Zealand gunman broadcast his killings on Facebook  Reuters
  2. New Zealand shooting puts new focus on role of social media  CBS News
  3. A Mass Murder of, and for, the Internet  The New York Times
  4. Christchurch Shooting Footage: Why You Shouldn’t Watch the Video, and What to Do if You Did  Newsweek
  5. New Zealand shooting's a social media wake-up call -- YouTube, others, must stop amplifying violent crimes  Fox News
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17 minutes of carnage: how New Zealand gunman broadcast his killings on Facebook | Reuters

A gunman who killed 49 people at two New Zealand mosques live-streamed the attacks on Facebook for 17 minutes using an app designed for extreme sports enthusiasts, with copies still being shared on social media hours later.A gunman who killed 49 people at two New Zealand mosques live-streamed the attac...

17 minutes of carnage: how New Zealand gunman broadcast his killings on Facebook | Reuters

Tech companies scramble to remove New Zealand shooting video | CTV News

Internet companies scrambled Friday to remove graphic video filmed by a gunman in the New Zealand mosque shootings that was widely available on social media for hours after the horrific attack.Internet companies scrambled Friday to remove graphic video filmed by a gunman in the New Zealand mosque shootings that was widely available on social media for hours after the horrific attack.

Tech companies scramble to remove New Zealand shooting video | CTV News

The rise of social media and the ability to livestream an attack gives sick killers an added incentive to do their deeds with a huge, international audience of transfixed viewers. And there is no intermediation to soften the blow.The rise of social media and the ability to livestream an attack gives sick killers an added incentive to do their deeds with a huge, international audience of transfixed viewers. And there is no intermediation to soften the blow.

Drew Harwell on Twitter: "The New Zealand massacre was livestreamed on Facebook, announced on 8chan, reposted on YouTube, commentated about on Reddit, and mirrored around the world before the tech companies could even react."

“The New Zealand massacre was livestreamed on Facebook, announced on 8chan, reposted on YouTube, commentated about on Reddit, and mirrored around the world before the tech companies could even react.”

Drew Harwell on Twitter: "The New Zealand massacre was livestreamed on Facebook, announced on 8chan, reposted on YouTube, commentated about on Reddit, and mirrored around the world before the tech companies could even react."

ƿ૯ωძɿ૯ƿɿ૯ on Twitter: "Just heard news of the devastating reports from New Zealand Christchurch. I feel absolutely sickened having my name uttered by this person. My heart and thoughts go out to the victims, families and everyone affected by this tragedy."

“Just heard news of the devastating reports from New Zealand Christchurch. I feel absolutely sickened having my name uttered by this person. My heart and thoughts go out to the victims, families and everyone affected by this tragedy.”

ƿ૯ωძɿ૯ƿɿ૯ on Twitter: "Just heard news of the devastating reports from New Zealand Christchurch. I feel absolutely sickened having my name uttered by this person. My heart and thoughts go out to the victims, families and everyone affected by this tragedy."

Tom Watson on Twitter: "If YouTube don't have the capability to halt the spread of the NZ massacre videos - because they are going up faster than they can take them down - then they should suspend all new uploads at this time."

“If YouTube don't have the capability to halt the spread of the NZ massacre videos - because they are going up faster than they can take them down - then they should suspend all new uploads at this time.”

Tom Watson on Twitter: "If YouTube don't have the capability to halt the spread of the NZ massacre videos - because they are going up faster than they can take them down - then they should suspend all new uploads at this time."

Social media firms under scrutiny over New Zealand shooting footage - Science & Tech - The Jakarta Post

Social media giants Facebook, Twitter, Google faced scrutiny over extremist content on their platforms on Friday after video footage of mass shootings in New Zealand was live streamed and widely shared online.Social media giants Facebook, Twitter, Google faced scrutiny over extremist content on their platforms on Friday after video footage of mass shootings in New Zealand was live streamed and widely shared online.

Social media firms under scrutiny over New Zealand shooting footage - Science & Tech - The Jakarta Post

Facebook, YouTube blindsided by Christchurch mosque shooter's livestream video, Australia/NZ News & Top Stories - The Straits Times

TOKYO/HONG KONG (BLOOMBERG) - Social media platforms including Facebook are facing harsher scrutiny after a shooter accused of killing 49 people in two mosques in New Zealand appeared to livestream the murders over the Internet.. Read more at straitstimes.com.Australia/NZ News -TOKYO/HONG KONG (BLOOMBERG) - Social media platforms including Facebook are facing harsher scrutiny after a shooter accused of killing 49 people in two mosques in New Zealand

Facebook, YouTube blindsided by Christchurch mosque shooter's livestream video, Australia/NZ News & Top Stories - The Straits Times

New Zealand shooting: Footage of massacre spread over the internet | News | The Times

Social media companies were accused of “aiding and abetting” terrorists who murdered dozens of Muslim worshippers in Christchurch yesterday. Facebook, Google and Twitter had all failed, more than 13 hours after it was first uploaded by the shooter, to rid their platforms of graphic footage of one ofSocial media companies were accused of “aiding and abetting” terrorists who murdered dozens of Muslim worshippers in Christchurch yesterday. Facebook, Google and Twitter had all failed, more than...

New Zealand shooting: Footage of massacre spread over the internet | News | The Times