We know that the tragic incident of the terror attack on the Mosque in New Zealand was streamed live on Facebook. In case you are unaware of it, click here to view details. The Christchurch massacre was viewed live by 200 social media users. Later the video went viral and was viewed more than 4000 times. Finally, it was deemed inappropriate by the authorities and it has been removed from Facebook. This, however, has raised many questions over the content being displayed on the most favorite sites: the Facebook, Google, and Twitter. Can people post whatever content they like to? Aren’t there any checks over the content that is being posted? How can a site allow one to post such extremist content? Thereby, not only New Zealand but also different governments, business leaders and activists have called on Facebook, Google and Twitter take considerable steps for making sure that extremist content in not being promoted through them.