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A video of a 12-year-old girl's suicide which she recorded live on her mobile phone has been viewed by millions of people online, prompting calls for action to remove the footage.
As viewers watched her live online, Katelyn Nicole Davis filmed herself as she claimed that she had been a victim of sexual abuse by a family member. The youngster used a livestreaming app which allowed her to broadcast herself using her mobile phone.
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“This video highlights the urgent need for the law to protect children from unsuitable and harmful content, including violence and self-harm, through removing or blocking content online age verification measures.” "Social media companies have a further responsibility to strengthen their links with emergency services so that young people can report triggering content efficiently and with the knowledge that this will be acted upon.” The charity said it was campaigning for a Digital Economy Bill to set out minimum standards that all social media companies who operate the uk must follow.
Dr Marc Bush, Chief Policy Advisor at Young Minds, told that he thought the video was "truly shocking and disturbing" which would "understandably cause concern among young people and the wider public".
Rock-pop outfit CNBLUE and veteran hip-hop act Dynamic Duo are also on board, along with solo singers Kim Taewoo, Sul Woondo and Song Sohee.
In April last year a teenager was accused of livestreaming her friend’s rape using Twitter’s streaming app, Periscope.
Marina Lonina, 18, from Ohio pleaded not guilty to rape and kidnap but prosecutor Ron O’Brien said she had got “caught up in the likes” and was “giggling and laughing” in the footage.
“We want it down as much as anyone for the family and it may be harmful to other kids," Police Chief Kenny Dodd told Fox 5 News. They asked if they had to take it down, and by law they don’t.
: “These videos must be taken down immediately and we are pressing social media sites to get this done as soon as possible.