Juvenile questioned in sexual assault of girl on Facebook Live since the end of last October.
“Live video on Facebook is a new and growing format,” the company said in a statement about the technology and its community standards.
But the company also pointed out the benefits of sharing live video of graphic content.
King said a teenager alerted him to the assault on Facebook Live.
The next time Reginald King said he saw his niece, it was on a Facebook Live recording — and she was being sexually assaulted by as many as six attackers.
Police say dozens watched a teen’s sexual assault on Facebook Live — and no one reported it
as informed in The incident was streamed on Facebook Live, the victim’s family said, where police say it was viewed by dozens of people in real time.
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Most recently, a group of four people used Facebook Live to broadcast themselves torturing and taunting a mentally disabled teenager.
A Facebook spokesman told The Post that the company has taken down the video, but declined to comment directly on the alleged assault.
Last July, Facebook acknowledged that while live video can be a powerful tool to document events, sharing — and allowing — videos on the platform must be done responsibly.
as informed in The girl’s uncle told the Chicago Tribune that a teenager alerted him to the assault on Facebook Live.
About 40 people watched the live video but none of them reported the attack to police, authorities said on Tuesday.
The video marks the second time in recent months that the Chicago Police Department has investigated an incident streamed live on Facebook.
US police are searching for five or six men or boys involved in sexually assaulting a 15-year-old girl in Chicago and posting the act on Facebook Live.
Guglielmi said Chicago police asked Facebook to take down the video, which it did.
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