CNBC reported "Facebook, YouTube and Twitter are struggling to remove New Zealand mosque shooting videos" on Friday
 Chris Ratcliffe | Bloomberg | Getty Images The shooter in at least one of the two mosque attacks in New Zealand on Friday used social media to stream his deadly rampage live These policies followed a series of suicides that were reportedly livestreamed on Facebook's platform Facebook, Twitter and YouTube said they removed the original videos, but hours later people reported finding versions on the platforms.
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Facebook, YouTube and Twitter amplified video of Christchurch mosque shooting In what Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern called a well-planned terrorist attack, 49 people are dead and dozens injured after shooters equipped with military-style gear opened fire Messages can spread globally in seconds while scrubbing them or restricting their reach can take much longer minutes, hours or days Google, which owns YouTube, did not immediately respond to a request for comment
Facebook and YouTube rush to remove New Zealand shooting footage Australia's Prime Minister Scott Morrison described the alleged gunman, who has Australian citizenship, as an extremist, right-wing terrorist PewDiePie's most devout fans have been carrying out stunts, including hacking printers and the Wall Street Journal website, to help him retain the top spot
Facebook, YouTube and Twitter struggle to deal with New Zealand shooting video Tech firms 'don't see this as a priority' This is the latest case of social media companies being caught off guard by killers posting videos of their crimes, and other users then sharing the disturbing footage Hadas Gold, Donie O'Sullivan, Samuel Burke and Paul Murphy contributed to this report
Facebook and YouTube rush to remove New Zealand shooting footage New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Arden also labeled it a terrorist attack I feel absolutely sickened having my name uttered by this person PewDiePie's most devout fans have been carrying out stunts, including hacking printers and the Wall Street Journal website, to help him retain the top spot
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