Olivia Parker
Aug 19, 2019

Are social-media brands feeling the impact of NZ's criticism?

Under closer-than-usual scrutiny this year in New Zealand for various reasons, few of them good, how are consumers responding to the top tech and social media platforms?

NEW ZEALAND SOCIAL MEDIA

Social media and the tech platforms were pushed to front of mind in New Zealand this year after the shocking, unprecedented terrorist attacks in Christchurch in March, in which 51 people died. After it was discovered that the gunman had used Facebook to livestream his attack, New Zealand’s prime minister Jacinda Adern promised to make social media companies more accountable for the content they host.

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