Steve Stephens has not been captured yet, as of this writing. That has given ample time for conspiracy theories about the suspected Cleveland killer of Robert Godwin, whose horrific death was broadcast on Facebook and spread around the Internet, to proliferate about the Stephens Facebook video being a fake hoax. As seen in the above Associated Press image, Steve’s childhood home is displayed on the left as neighbors of Stephens speak to one another down the street in Cleveland, Ohio, on Monday,...
A Cleveland shooting illustrates the dark side of the social-media network’s live-video service.
One year ago Thursday, Facebook made its Facebook Live livestreaming feature available to all users, and the social network marked the anniversary of that rollout by announcing that one out of every five videos on Facebook is now a Facebook Live broadcast. Facebook added that daily watch time for Facebook Live broadcasts has skyrocketed by...
The Facebook page of Steve Stephens “Stevie Steve” has been deleted completely as of this writing. The post that was found at facebook.com/stevie.steve.9081/posts/1713123932046036 and the Stevie Steve Facebook page was quickly deleted, however, the horrific video has been downloaded from Facebook and re-uploaded to Heavy.
It's smart to repurpose your content, but you need to be smart about how you do it.
Some are starting to question whether or not Facebook Live should be banned as yet another horrifying and violent Facebook Live video has recently surfaced.
As long as you have a compatible camera, it's easy to go live in 360.
An 18-year-old Florida woman wanted for arrest posted a Facebook Live video of herself patronizing a Chuck E. Cheese restaurant – enabling the police to track her down.
Facebook's big F8 gathering takes place Tuesday and Wednesday, and you can watch the whole thing online. The post How to Watch Facebook F8 appeared first on WIRED.
Facebook users are watching more video of other Facebook users.