Google suspends trend alerts in New Zealand after naming murder suspect
Google emailed the name to subscribers, violating a court order.
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.
Facebook vows to improve AI detection of terrorist videos
The platform explained why it wasn't able to detect the NZ shooter's live broadcast.
House chair asks tech CEOs to speak about New Zealand shooting response (updated)
Facebook, Microsoft, Twitter and YouTube execs would speak on March 27th.
YouTube bans secondary Alex Jones channel hosting NZ conspiracy videos
The conspiracy theorist used it to call the mosque shootings 'false flag' attacks.
Facebook says only 4,000 users viewed original NZ shooter livestream
Users tried to upload 1.5 million copies afterwards, but most were blocked.
New Zealand ISPs block websites hosting Christchurch shooting video
Sites that don't honor the requests effectively become inaccessible.