European investigators are digging deeper into possible links between far-right ideologues and the suspected New Zealand mosque attacker, who sent at least two donations to an anti-Muslim group with.. Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning Herald •The Age
Lawmakers in New Zealand voted almost unanimously on Wednesday to change gun laws, less than a month after its worst peacetime mass shooting, in which 50 people were killed in attacks on two mosques in..
In the wake of the Christchurch shootings, New Zealand's failure to track hate crimes is under new scrutiny. The country has received many requests to do so from local and international agencies over..
According to a report by Reuters, on Friday, Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg said that the company was looking to restrict live video following the streaming of footage of the Christchurch massacre on its..
New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern visited the city of Dunedin on Wednesday, where the Christchurch shooter lived. Ardern visited an early childhood centre where she read a book to children, and..
Online accounts linked to gun attacks that killed 49 people and wounded at least 20 at two New Zealand mosques on Friday had in recent days circulated white supremacist imagery and extreme right-wing..
There's been a more than 300 per cent increase in reports made to the internet safety watchdog in the two weeks since the Christchurch attack. Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning Herald •The Age
Senior executive Sheryl Sandberg said the social media giant will monitor who can livestream on its site, looking at factors such as prior community standard violations. Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning Herald •The Age
The shocking footage live-streamed from the Christchurch attack has convinced the government to take action against the social media companies that spread it around the world. Sydney Morning Herald - Published
The New Zealand Prime Minister said she had been avoiding answering the question of how she was feeling after the attack that claimed 50 lives. Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning Herald •The Age
The Christchurch-based team, who are considering changing their name after the attacks because of its association with the medieval religious wars between Christians and Muslims, meet the New South.. SBS - Published
The surge of disinformation comes as the technology companies have been criticised for the ease with which the video of the slaughter were disseminated online. Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning Herald •The Age