Alphabet Inc.’s Google and Facebook Inc. displayed false information in the wake of the Las Vegas shooting, raising further concerns over people’s ability to manipulate the heavily trafficked platforms for social media and news.
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- Google, Facebook Tackle Misinformation About Las Vegas Shooting
Tuesday Oct 3, 2017
- Police audio reveals frantic aftermath of Las Vegas massacre
By Lia Eustachewich - Monday Oct 2, 2017
Chilling police audio released Monday paints the frantic scene in Las Vegas as a lone gunman squeezed off shot after shot into a crowd of thousands of concertgoers. The harrowing communications between law enforcement officers were obtained by the Blast. In parts of one recording, responders can be heard calling in reports of gunshot-wound victims...
- Snapchat gives an unfiltered look at shock and aftermath of Las Vegas shooting
By Kerry Flynn - Monday Oct 2, 2017
A lone gunman fired into a crowd of people in Las Vegas on Sunday—and the crisis is still reverberating on Snapchat.
User-submitted Snaps, curated by Snapchat editors, provided an on-the-ground look at the raw emotions in the midst of the largest mass shooting in U.S. history like no other platform or media outlet.
The story, which could still be viewed as of Monday afternoon, contained a variety of scenes of people in the midst of the chaos. Snapchat placed a "WARNING" label ahead of what it described as graphic content. If users have the sound on when watching these snaps, they'll hear gunshots and screaming. Read more...More about Snapchat, Las Vegas, Snap Inc, Breaking News, and Las Vegas Shooting
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By Amanda Woods - Monday Oct 2, 2017
A woman who attended the Las Vegas music festival where a gunman opened fire Sunday night said a police officer was her “guardian angel” as chaos unfolded around her. Gail Davis, who was at the Route 91 Harvest Festival with her husband to see Jason Aldean, told “CBS This Morning” that the country crooner sang...
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