After the terrorist attack in New Zealand : Facebook prohibits the nationalism of the country

بعد العملية الارهابية في نيوزلندا : فيس بوك تحظر التعصب القومي للبيضafter the terrorist attack in New Zealand : Facebook prohibits the nationalism of the country

After the terrorist attack in New Zealand : Facebook prohibits the nationalism of the country

Decided company Facebook on Wednesday, the Prohibition of the glorification of the support and representation of nationalism, led and separatist research on the platform by the social trading, in a move that was accepted enthusiastic by New Zealand, which condemned the broadcasting of the massacre of the claimed victim 50 people used the on-air directly via Facebook earlier this month.

And the beauty of the defender of civil rights, the social networking giant had failed to address which were highlighted this month after broadcast fanatic for the white clip for the assault on two mosques in the city of Christchurch in New Zealand.

And need Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and owned the pressure to remove the content related to white neo-Nazis from the platform to the side of the false news and other types of publications abusive.

He said the Prime Minister of New Zealand Jacinda order, which called to fight the social media platforms for what their users publish, the material covered by the new ban he should be banned already under the rules of the Facebook anti-hate speech.

Informed the air held a press conference in Christchurch on Thursday ”having said that, I’m happy to see them featuring it and they have taken that step. But I think that there is a dialogue must be conducted with the international community about whether what has been done is sufficient or not“.

Said Facebook in a statement said that the new ban will apply next week will be the application to my Facebook Instagram.

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