Facebook Wants More Censorship After Christchurch Massacre
According to Business Insider, "Facebook is going to stop users from posting live videos if they have broken the company's community guidelines in the past... The change... follows the Christchurch..
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New Zealand's Ban On Assault Rifles Is Now In Effect
Business Insider reports New Zealand's new ban on many types of firearms went into effect on Friday after the government overwhelmingly passed legislation earlier this week to prohibit certain types of..
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PM says mosque shootings one of New Zealand's darkest days
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New Zealand prime minister Jacinda Ardern said one suspect..
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Gun lobby scales back campaigning in wake of Christchurch massacre Australia’s controversial gun lobby will scale back its campaigning at the federal election, conceding that the Christchurch massacre had made it harder for... Sydney Morning Herald 1 week ago Also reported by • SBS
Man arrested for abusing NZ mosque goers New Zealand police have arrested a man after worshippers outside one of Christchurch's terror-struck mosques were abused by someone in a "Trump" shirt. SBS 1 week ago
'She's not responding': Christchurch mosque shooting victim, 4, suffering brain damage Alen Daraghmih is in an Auckland children's hospital, conscious, but not responding after the massacre at Al Noor mosque on March 15. The Age 1 week ago 'Tragedy brings people together': Nazeem Hussain's giant gesture for Christchurch The comedian has organised an all-star benefit to help support the families and Muslim communities impacted by March's mosque attack. The Age 1 week ago Also reported by • SBS
Facebook to introduce livestreaming restrictions this month Facebook is preparing a global crackdown on its 2.3 billion users with some to be blocked from livestreaming videos ahead of a meeting with the Australian... The Age 6 days ago Jacinda Ardern's popularity at all-time high after mosque attacks New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern's popularity has reached an all-time high after praise for her handling of the Christchurch mosque attacks. SBS 5 days ago Counter-terrorism police warn far-right figures about 'negative' behaviour Several individuals in Australia's far-right movement have been contacted by police following the Christchurch attack. The Age 2 days ago