A Christchurch businessman who shared a video of worshippers being killed at a New Zealand mosque has been sentenced to 21 months in prison.
New Zealand police have filed a terrorism charge against the man accused of killing 51 people at two Christchurch mosques.
Facebook has issued a “one strike” policy for users breaking the rules of its livestreaming feature, following the mosque terror attack in New Zealand.
Security training and advice to help keep mosques safe during the holy month of Ramadan is being offered as part of government measures to protect places of worship.
A New Zealand man has pleaded guilty to sharing a livestream video that was recorded by a gunman last month as he carried out shootings at two mosques.
New Zealand’s prime minister has named a sitting Supreme Court justice to head the country’s investigation into the actions of security agencies and other issues related to the mosque shootings in which 50 people were killed.
Social media executives could face jail if their platforms stream footage of real violence, Australian lawmakers have warned.
No-one reported the video of the Christchurch terror attack while it was being streamed live, Facebook has said.
A teenager has cracked an egg on an Australian senator who sparked outrage by blaming Muslim immigration for the Christchurch mosque shootings.
The commentator revealed her first thought when she heard about the Christchurch shootings was "please don't let it be a Muslim".
The suspect charged with the Christchurch mosque attack released a ‘manifesto’ before carrying out the shooting.