Mark Zuckerberg Says Facebook Won’t Delay Livestreams After New Zealand Massacre | CNN

By Seth Fiegerman
April 4, 2019
In an interview airing on “Good Morning America” on Thursday, the Facebook CEO said a delay “might” have limited the number of views of a livestreamed video last month purportedly showing a gunman walking into a mosque in New Zealand and opening fire.
“But it would also fundamentally break what livestreaming is for people. Most people are livestreaming, you know, a birthday party or hanging out with friends when they can’t be together,” Zuckerberg told George Stephanopoulos.

He said livestreaming is more than broadcasting — it’s “communicating,” because people comment in real time.

“So if you had a delay that would break that,” Zuckerberg said.


Source: Mark Zuckerberg says Facebook won’t delay livestreams after New Zealand massacre – CNN

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