Facebook is introducing a one strike’ policy to Live and has committed US$7.5 million in research funds to find better ways to detect harmful content on its platform in the aftermath of the Christchurch terror attack.
Previously, if a user posted content that violated its community standards either in Live or elsewhere, Facebook simply took down the post.
If the user continued to post violating content they would be blocked them...
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