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Twitter Failed to React to NZ Shooting Video, Let it Do Rounds Scholar

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Mar 15, 2019 9:22 AM 1+ week ago

On 15 March at least 49 people were shot dead in two mosques in New Zealand's Christchurch. Speaking to Sputnik, professor of international law Alexander Gillespie, and Laura Bliss, a British expert on social media law, shared their opinions on the latest developments related to the Friday terror attack.

New Zealand's national security threat level has been raised following the Friday assault on two Christchurch mosques which claimed the lives of about 49 people and left more than 20 injured.

One of the alleged perpetrators, a 28-year-old Australian who identified himself as Brenton Tarrant, live-streamed the shooting for almost 17 minutes on Facebook with a GoPro camera. Prior to the assault, the Australian wrote a 73-page manifesto that detailed his plan to carry a "terrorist attack" and called himself a "fascist".

While social media platforms Twitter, Instagram and Facebook rushed to suspend the shooter's accounts following the attack, they failed to timely raise the alarm over the 17-minute footage of the attack, Laura Bliss, a ...

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