Facebook, Google and others join Christchurch Call to curb extremism
They've signed a nine-point plan to address terrorist and violent content.
Facebook's AI missed Christchurch shooting videos filmed in first-person
The AI had never seen this kind of “first-person shooter video.”
Christchurch shooting videos are still on Facebook over a month later
They illustrate the limits of anti-extremist filtering on the internet.
Australian bill could imprison social network execs over violent content
It could also fine companies up to 10 percent of their yearly turnover.
Facebook COO says it's 'exploring' restrictions on who can go live
After the shooting in Christchurch, and nearly two years after another livestreamed murder.
After Christchurch, we need more than digital-security theater
Even the TSA has more credibility than Facebook, YouTube and Twitter.
House chair asks tech CEOs to speak about New Zealand shooting response (updated)
Facebook, Microsoft, Twitter and YouTube execs would speak on March 27th.
Parrot AR.Drone floats into damaged New Zealand cathedral, returns with haunting video
Whenever disaster strikes, robots are among the first to scope out the damage. Rarely, however,...
iPhonewzealand app proceeds donated to NZ Red Cross Earthquake Appeal
Many New Zealand-based Mac and iOS developers are rallying to help the city of Christchurch fol...