A forum created by technology firms to disrupt the spread of terrorist content online has announced new plans to collaborate responses to “active events” similar to the Christchurch terror attacks.
At least six people have been injured and dozens of residences evacuated following a gas explosion which destroyed a home in Christchurch, New Zealand.
Five of the world’s largest tech companies have agreed to introduce new measures to their businesses to help eliminate violent and terrorist content from the internet.
Facebook will restrict people who have broken certain rules from using its Live streaming feature, in response to the mosque terror attack in Christchurch, New Zealand.
A former prime minister of New Zealand has called for tech companies to take action against online extremism in the wake of the Christchurch mass shooting.
Aberdeen leaders and activists attended a vigil for the victims of last week’s terrorist attack in New Zealand.
No-one reported the video of the Christchurch terror attack while it was being streamed live, Facebook has said.
YouTuber PewDiePie has said he is “sickened” that the alleged gunman in the New Zealand mosque attacks said his name during a live-streaming of the shootings.
Four Aberdeen friends have spoken of the moment a powerful earthquake struck during a visit to New Zealand.