Today’s highly interesting read (04/26/17): Broadcasting human depravity for the world

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Stephen Stephens (L) and his murder victim Robert Godwin, Sr. (R)

Who Watches a Murder Streamed Live on Facebook?  Jason Riley writes in the Wall Street Journal:

In response to the Godwin murder, Zuckerberg said that for now Facebook would continue to rely mostly on users who report violations of company policy and that “the long-term solution is going to be having better artificial intelligence tools”. The bigger problem, however, is the demand side of the equation — ie, the social media denizen who votes with his mouse, the person who doesn’t want to be protected.

Read Riley’s entire column here.

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