The American social network Facebook has changed the rules of online broadcasts ‘Facebook Live’. It is reported by RBC-Ukraine, with reference to the social network blog .
It is reported that a change in the rules of broadcasting Facebook Live followed after the terrorist attacks in New Zealand, which were broadcast live. From now on, users who violate the social network policy with regard to dangerous organizations and individuals will be restricted in using the online broadcast service for a certain period. In particular, the Live service will be automatically blocked if the user shares a link to a statement from a terrorist group.
It also reported that Facebook is investing $ 7.5 million in improving image and video analysis technology. Prior to this, the company simply deleted the prohibited content and blocked accounts.
Recall earlier reported that Facebook plans to pay users for viewing ads. Payments can be made in the social network cryptocurrency, the development of which the Internet giant discusses with Visa and Mastercard.