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less than two weeks after new Zealand's deadliest mass shooting Facebook announced its making a major change to company policy to ban any support of white nationalism on the social network and Instagram starting next week in a blog post on Wednesday the social media giant said that conversations with experts on race relations and civil rights advocates around the world lead to the expansion of policies related to hate groups the attacks at two New Zealand mosques which left fifty dead were broadcast live on Facebook by the shooter a suspected white supremacist Facebook was also accused by self proclaimed white nationalists to organize the deadly neo **** rally in Charlottesville Virginia in twenty seventeen those in other incidents have put pressure on lawmakers around the world to implement more regulation on Facebook and other social media platforms Facebook didn't mention any specific incident in its post but vowed to quote get better and faster it finding and removing hate from our platforms and it said while people will still be able to demonstrate pride in their ethnic heritage Facebook says it will not tolerate praise support or representation of white nationalism and separatism Facebook said it would also start connecting people who search for terms associated with white supremacy to an organization called life after he focused on helping people leave hate groups