According to a report by SFGate, Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg defended the company's livestreaming service following a wave of criticism after it was used in the mass-shooting in Christchurch, New Zealand, which left 50 people dead. On Thursday, in an appearance on "Good Morning America" Zuckerberg said, “Most people are livestreaming, you know, a birthday party or hanging out with friends when they can’t be together. One of the things that’s magical about livestreaming is that it’s bi-directional, right?” The Wrap reports that during the interview, Zuckerberg went on to say that he was disinclined to implement measures like a livestream “delay” for fear of “fundamentally” altering the service.

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