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Mark Zuckerberg Says Facebook Must Work to Stay on Top of Criminal Live Videos Like Cleveland Murder

Continued coverage of the change in Facebook policy after a man broadcast a murder in Cleveland on Facebook live, quoting Hany Farid, the Albert Bradley 1915 Third Century Professor of Computer Science and the chair of the computer science department. Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg spoke about the video in a keynote speech on Tuesday, addressing public outrage that it took the social media platform more than two hours to take the video down. "Nearly three hours on the internet is an eternity," said Farid. "That absolutely should be lower."

Read the full story in the New York Daily News, published on 4/18/2017.

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