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  • Facebook takes two weeks to remove footage of girl's death - The Sydney Morning Herald

    Facebook takes two weeks to remove footage of girl's death - The Sydney Morning Herald;

    After a 12-year-old US girl's death was broadcast on social media, police could do little to keep the disturbing footage from spreading online. The video immediately appeared on various sites, including Facebook and YouTube, both of which have since ...and more »

  • Facebook took two weeks to remove video of girl's death - Stuff.co.nz

    Facebook took two weeks to remove video of girl's death - Stuff.co.nz;

    The video was on Facebook for nearly two weeks before the company started removing versions of the footage. After a 12-year-old girl's death was broadcast on social media, police could do little to keep the disturbing footage from spreading online.and more »

  • A suicide streamed live exposes Facebook's thin line between violence and public service - Quartz

    Facebook's definition of violence doesn't include a live-streamed suicide—but should it? (AP Photo/Czarek Sokolowski). Share. Written by. Ananya Bhattacharya. Obsession. Messaging. January 12, 2017. A 12-year-old streamed her suicide live on social ...and more »

  • Girl, 12, livestreams her own suicide after she was 'sexually abused by a relative' - and cops say they are ... - Daily Mail

    Girl, 12, livestreams her own suicide after she was 'sexually abused by a relative' - and cops say they are ... - Daily Mail;

    The horrific suicide video of a 12-year-old girl has gone viral - and police say there is nothing they can do to stop it. Katelyn Nicole Davis, of Cedartown Georgia, streamed herself live on December 30, saying that she had been sexually abused by a ...and more »

  • Girl kills herself in live online video and police cannot stop footage being viewed by millions - The Independent

    Girl kills herself in live online video and police cannot stop footage being viewed by millions - The Independent;

    A video of a 12-year-old girl's suicide which she recorded live on her mobile phone has been viewed by millions of people online, prompting calls for action to remove the footage. As viewers watched her live online, Katelyn Nicole Davis filmed herself ...and more »

  • 12-Year-Old Girl Live-Streams Her Suicide After Alleging Sexual Abuse - Yahoo Health

    12-Year-Old Girl Live-Streams Her Suicide After Alleging Sexual Abuse - Yahoo Health;

    An investigation into a 12-year-old girl's sexual abuse allegations took a tragic turn in late December when she live-streamed her suicide outside her family's home, multiple media outlets report. Katelyn Nicole Davis filmed her death by hanging on Dec ...and more »

  • Facebook took 2 weeks to remove video of 12-year-old girl that livestreamed her suicide - The Next Web

    Facebook took 2 weeks to remove video of 12-year-old girl that livestreamed her suicide - The Next Web;

    In a horribly tragic story, a little over two weeks ago 12-year-old Katelyn Nicole Davis broadcast her death on social media, using popular streaming service Live.Me. Though disturbing, police apparently had no authority to take down the the footage ...and more »

  • A 12-year-old killed herself on live video. Facebook removes it — 2 weeks later - Miami Herald

    A 12-year-old killed herself on live video. Facebook removes it — 2 weeks later - Miami Herald;

    Live video has become increasingly controversial as social media sites have encouraged use of the tool but have struggled to monitor it. The most prominent example was when four Chicago residents kidnapped and tortured a mentally challenged man in the ...and more »

  • Girl's 'suicide video' sparks outrage online - FOX 5 Atlanta

    Girl's 'suicide video' sparks outrage online - FOX 5 Atlanta;

    POLK COUNTY, Ga. - Days after a 12-year-old girl broadcast her suicide live on a social media site; Polk County Police Chief Kenny Dodd said he can't stop people from sharing the video online. In the video, Katelyn Nicole Davis claimed she had been ...and more »

  • Police say they can't take down copies of Facebook Live of suicide - Mashable

    Police say they can't take down copies of Facebook Live of suicide - Mashable;

    Editor's note: A previous version of this story misstated that the video in question originally streamed on Facebook Live. This story has been updated to reflect the fact that the video was originally live streamed on Live.me, and subsequently ...and more »