Infographic: Views on live video streaming

In light of the Christchurch terror attack earlier this month, we asked more than 1000 Pureprofile members about their thoughts on the live video streaming of graphic or violent content- whether or not it should be banned and who should be responsible for controlling such content.

A resounding 53% of people believe that in order to avoid the sharing of graphic or violent content, live video streaming should be banned. 20% do not think live video streaming should be banned and 18% are unsure.

Interestingly, if live video streaming is banned 22% of people think that those who defy the ban should be penalised with jail time, 29% think a monetary fine is sufficient and 35% of people believe a lifetime ban from the platform itself should be implemented.

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