Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg is making a strong move to help report, block and remove live videos of people hurting themselves or others.

While there have been hundreds of Facebook Live videos published showing violent acts, it was the murder of Robert Godwin Sr. by a Cleveland murderer that motivated millions of Facebook users to demand changes to the live video feature. According to mystateline.com, Zuckerberg plans to add 3,000 new employees over the next year to help speed up the video reporting AND removal process. It is his belief that this is the best way for Facebook to ensure violent videos showing people hurting themselves or others will never be seen. In addition, these new reviewers will also help block and remove hate speech and content that exploits children.

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