Facebook Live wants users at any cost—even porn, piracy, and polling

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Facebook really, really, really wants you to love live video. 

Facebook has started nudging people to not only create live videos, but consume them too. An update automatically pushes more live video to your smartphone screen. A bunch of people have been seeing a message pop up on their mobile News Feed: “Feeling the winter vibes? Go Live and winter it up with friends,” the company suggests.

But if you’re going live, what type of content are joining?

For a snapshot of what’s on Facebook Live, check out a map of public live videos, available on the desktop version of Facebook. Click on the glowing blue dots, and you can seemingly teleport yourself across the world. But instead of historic sights or live events, you’re more likely to come across flashes of boobs and butts, replete with an audience suggesting what to reveal next, and maybe a pirated TV show or soccer game, too Read more…

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Source: Mashable

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