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At least eight Union ministers will tour the states in the region every fortnight, Park-and-ride facility to the invitees on January 26.which is the USP of our hospital, he added The hospital will have over 40 super specialists in various departments For all the latest Ahmedabad News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: AP | New York | Published: January 6 2017 12:03 pm Family spokesperson David Boyd holds a press conference after an 18-year-old man was assaulted via Facebook live stream in Chicago earlier this week (Source: AP) Related News Mobile video is changing the way we witness crime from live footage of a mentally disabled man tortured by four assailants to a recording that led to the manslaughter conviction of an Israeli soldier to the body cameras designed to keep police accountable We’re all still wrestling with the implications In theory such videos should make it easier to hold criminals including police officers who violate the law accountable In practice that hasn’t always worked out the way proponents had hoped although smartphone video played a big role in elevating public awareness of police violence And sometimes the presence of a camera might actually encourage criminal activity or at least deter bystanders from helping victims SCENE OF THE CRIME It’s not clear how any of that might have played out in an incident on this week when attackers used Facebook Live to stream the beating and torture of a man with mental health problems They threatened him with a knife cut off his clothing and forced him to drink from a toilet The assault went on for up to two days according to police though it’s unclear how much of it was streamed on Facebook Live Police have arrested four people in connection with the crime Last year an Ohio woman plead not guilty to charges of rape kidnapping and other crimes for live-streaming the rape of a friend on Periscope Twitter’s live-streaming app Prosecutors said Marina Lonina continued to film the assault despite the victim’s cries for help caught up in the attention the livestream was getting Lonina’s attorney said she was recording the attack as evidence Chicago Police Officer Mike Donnelly accompanied by Police Superintendent Eddie Johnson left speaks at a news conference Thursday Jan 5 2017 in Chicago Johnson said four black people have been charged with hate crimes in connection with a video broadcast live on Facebook that showed an assault on a mentally disabled white man Donnelly was one of the first officers on the scene (Source: AP ) During a Thursday press conference about the Chicago assault – itself live-streamed on Facebook – Chicago Police Cmdr Kevin Duffin noted “I can’t understand why anyone puts anything on Facebook” Also Read:Two men molest woman on motorcycle in Delhi mob attacks cops who tried to stop them FACEBOOK’S ROLE Facebook says it does not allow people to “to celebrate or glorify crimes” on its site It has already removed the original video of the Chicago incident for that reason But the social network does allow crime video when people share it “to condemn violence or raise awareness about it” the company said in an emailed statement That can lead to tricky assessments of intent Facebook for instance wrote in a blog post that it would allow a violent video posted by someone who used it to help find the shooter but would remove it when posted by another person who mocked the victim or celebrated violence Facebook generally tries to avoid making such judgments preferring to rely on algorithms that automatically filter out banned content such as pornography When it makes exceptions it often wades into difficult territory – such as the time it was forced to restore the Pulitzer Prize-winning “napalm girl” photo after removing it because it features a naked child blind to the photo’s historical context and significance “We understand the unique challenges of live video” Facebook wrote in its July blog post after footage of a dying Philando Castile bleeding inside a car after he was shot by police went viral The social network says it keeps a team on-call 24 hours a day to respond to reports of inappropriate video – though its reactive approach means that some material could easily go unreported Facebook Live is an important product for Facebook and in recent months the company has gone to great lengths to promote it with notifications sidewalk ad displays and TV commercials The vast majority of live streams don’t involve crime and Facebook is unlikely to rein back the product just because of a few difficult situations It’s “unfortunate” that acts of violence and terror have come to represent live streams said Benjamin Burroughs a professor at the University of Nevada Las Vegas focused on emerging media in an email to The Associated Press More civic-minded streaming lets people “bypass traditional media and connect directly with their social networks and the general public” he said Live streaming is powerful he added because it “produces really strong emotions in viewers which can be used to unify or divide people” Read More:Mobile-based video gaming may help treat depression: Study READY FOR YOUR CLOSE-UP Online crime footage has been around much longer than live streams While live broadcast gives them a sense of immediacy many live videos only go viral well after the fact So it may not really matter whether a video is live or not just that it’s a concrete record of a crime that happened visible to all who dare to click Even then video evidence doesn’t necessarily lead to criminal convictions In South Carolina a white police officer was charged with the 2015 shooting of an unarmed black man after a traffic stop A video shot by a bystander clearly shows Keith Scott being shot eight times in the back But the jury was unable to reach a verdict and forced a mistrial In another case in Ohio the two sides in the trial clashed over a video from a police officer’s body-worn camera that showed him shooting an unarmed man following a traffic stop That case also ended in mistrial The officer Ray Tensing will be retried As for users a quick trip down memory lane confirms that some people will do almost anything in front of a camera to get online attention Before Twitter gutted its quirky video-sharing app Vine a popular phrase among users was “do it for the Vine” the idea that people will do anything – usually weird comical things – just for the sake of a six-second Vine video But it wasn’t just fun and games Fights and violence also found a home on Vine under the hashtag #SmackCam – a 2013 “internet trend” that had people recording and posting videos of themselves hitting people in the face For all the latest Technology News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by ANI | Washington | Published: November 25 2010 2:30 pm Top News We all dream but some of us have a specific dream or nightmare over and over again a new study tries to find out why Calvin Kai-Ching Yu out to analyze not only what dreams are most commonbut also what dreams recur regularlyreports Discovery News The most common dream is being chased Teeth falling outlosing control of a vehicleflying and not being able to find a toilet make up about half of the most commonly recurring dream themes But dreams also have a darker side Traits common in psychotic and schizophrenic patientssuch as delusions of grandiositypersecution and religionare very common in dreams In factdelusions such as “being tracked” and “becoming a celebrity” occurred more prevalently than common dream motifs such as “teeth falling out” and the classic “being nude” Yu also found that over 80 percent participants had the age-old school/teacher/studying trope Over half of the sample also repeatedly dreamed of “searching for a certain place” and “falling” “Eating delicious foods” was the fifth most regularly dreamed themehigher ranked than flying or being chased The study found that dream prevalencerecurrence and regularity do not always correspond On the contrarymost had never dreamed of being physically attackedbut those who had were regularly dreaming of it Likewise”teeth falling out” rated significantly higher on regularity than on prevalence or recurrence One half of participants had dreamt of having a love affair with a celebrity Romance trumps sex herebecause only 22 percent dreamed of having a sexual relationship with a celebrity For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Top News they found some parts body parts in it. 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