People are angry because a video of the killings at a in Christchurch is on social media sites. On Friday, a terrorist shot and killed 50 at two mosques. The gunman live-streamed the shootings on Facebook. The video spread across social media. Many people think social media have not done to remove the video. Social media users posted asking people to stop sharing it. One said: "That is the terrorist wanted." Another said social media sites quickly take down videos but not terror videos.
Facebook said it acted to remove the . It said: "New Zealand Police alerted us to a video on Facebook shortly after the live-stream commenced. We quickly removed the shooter's Facebook and Instagram and the video." YouTube said it removes videos as as people highlight them. The UK's Home Secretary said social media sites do more to stop the spread of " material" . He said: "It is wrong and it is illegal." He said social media sites must "do the terrorists' work for them". He said this terrorist wanted to spread his .