The New Zealand privacy commissioner hit Facebook after it organized a live stream of the Christchurch attacks and the social media giant & # 39; morally bankrupt pathological lie & # 39; called.
"Facebook is not to be trusted," John Edwards wrote in a series of deleted tweets over the weekend, according to the Guardian.
"They are morally bankrupt pathological liars who make genocide possible (Myanmar), facilitating foreign undermining of democratic institutions.
"[They] allow live streaming of suicides, rapes and murders, continue to host and publish the mosque attack video, let advertisers hunt for & # 39; Jewish haters & # 39; and other hateful market segments and accept any responsibility for content or damage.
"They #dontgiveazuck," he wrote, in a piece about the name of Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg.
He later deleted the tweets and explained that they were & # 39; toxic and ill-informed traffic & # 39; had fueled.
In an interview with ABC News last week, Zuckerberg said that Facebook would not slow down live stream feeds in an effort to reduce the spread of videos such as the Christchurch massacre.
"It would also fundamentally break what livestreaming is for people. Most people are livestreaming, you know, a birthday party or going out with friends when they can't be together," said Zuckerberg. had a delay that would break that. & # 39;
Edwards later told Radio New Zealand that Facebook "is able to do great damage" and the company has refused to tell its office how many murders, suicides and sexual attacks have been broadcast on the platform.