Facebook has tightened the rules and user policies on its Going LIVE feature after the event of live streaming in an attack on New Zealand.
Guy Rosen, vice president of Integrity, said in Facebook that people who have broken certain rules will be banned from using Facebook’s live streaming feature.
Under the revised policies, the person who violates Facebook’s most serious policies will be prevented from making live streaming for a fixed period of time.
Rosen said that after the horrific terrorist attacks in New Zealand, we are doing our best to limit our services, which means that no one should be harmed or disliked by its use.
The violation of ‘Facebook Live”s ‘One-Strike’ policy and the rules will be banned for Facebook Live. Rosen said, it would be considered a violation of which reference to broadcast terrorism with reference to it.