Buffalo shooting: Twitch and Discord condemned as tools for terrorists after gunman livestreams attack

The mass shooting at a Buffalo supermarket last weekend, which killed 10 people and wounded three, shows that tech platforms still respond too slowly to hate-filled, violent live videos – and to the video clips that appear in their wake – quickening the spread of horrific images and traumatizing communities, critics say.

Considered alongside other livestreamed shootings including the Easter killing of a 74-year-old Cleveland grandfather in 2017 and New Zealand mosque shootings in 2019, some are asking what will spur technology companies to take stronger measures.

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