One year after Zuckerberg’s testimony about violent content on Facebook, has anything changed?

At least 49 people were killed in a mass shooting in two mosques in New Zealand on Friday. The perpetrator broadcast live footage of the shooting on Facebook.

Experts say thwarting this kind of social-media broadcast is difficult because of the lack of legal oversight, the invasive nature of technology and how people instinctively react to such images.

They often share such videos and become desensitized to the violence.

Rewind to April 2018. That’s when Facebook FB, -2.46% founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg testified on Capitol Hill about the serious strides the social-media company was making to thwart the spread of hateful, violent content.

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