Survivors of the mosque attacks in New Zealand describe terror at a door they couldn’t open while trying to escape the shooting in the Al Noor mosque. (March 28) AP, AP
SAN FRANCISCO — Facebook is considering putting restrictions on who can post live videos on the social network following the deadly shootings at two mosques in New Zealand that were broadcast by the gunman, the company’s chief operating officer Sheryl Sandberg said Friday.
The social media giant will monitor who can use its “Live” feature depending on such factors as prior violations of Facebook’s community standards, Sandberg wrote in a .
Facebook has been pressure to change its policies since a gunman livestreamed the