Facebook COO: Researching restricted live streaming is only available to specific Users
The last New Zealand terrorist attack, the culprit’s live broadcast through Facebook, caused a lot of controversy. Recently, Facebook said that it is currently studying the restrictions on the live broadcast function. In the future, if you want to use the live broadcast function, you may need to meet certain conditions first.
After the incident, Facebook has been repeatedly criticized by many governments and Islamic organizations for the lack of supervision on the platform, and it is unable to effectively remove violent content. Therefore, in addition to continuing to find out relevant content to be deleted, Facebook is also looking for countermeasures to prevent future occurrences. event.
Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg recently said on Instagram Blog that they also agree that Facebook needs to do more to prevent things from happening again, except that resources are being developed to detect similar content and update the film review process to improve efficiency. It is also being studied to impose restrictions on the live broadcast feature, such as determining whether anyone can use this feature for any violations of the community rules before the account. However, the actual rules and the implementation date of the new policy have not yet been announced.