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Even if they reported the video, it had already gone viral.It was too late for those who had unwillingly seen the graphic images..
Roberts, an assistant professor at the University of Western Ontario, who studies commercial content moderation on social media.
"So we've given people a way to report violations during a live broadcast."In other words, it will be up to you to stop crude behavior from popping up on Facebook.
The company also seems to be hoping that the very fact that you’re sharing live to people in your network will serve as a check to keep your streams PG-13.
As a business dependent on you sharing lots of stuff, Facebook wants you to feel free to do so; but it also wants to create a space where is comfortable to do so, too.
To maintain that kind of environment, Facebook has "Community Standards" (read: official policies) outlining in part what kind of stuff is banned from the platform, including nudity, hate speech, and graphic violence.