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Entertainment China: a celebrity commits live on social networks by drinking pesticides

22:43  18 october  2021
22:43  18 october  2021 Source:   rfi.fr

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Le suicide d'une célébrité des réseaux sociaux en Chine, jeudi 14 octobre, a poussé des experts à demander davantage de régulation contre la diffusion de contenus violents et d'automutilation, notamment. Ici, un jeune consulte son smartphone à Pékin, le 11 octobre 2020. © Nicolas Asfouri, AFP The suicide of a celebrity of social networks in China, Thursday, October 14, pushed experts to request more regulation against the diffusion of violent content and self-injury, in particular. Here, a young person consults his smartphone in Beijing, October 11, 2020.

A 25-year-old Chinese celebrity ended its lives live on social networks, in Ingurgant pesticides Thursday, October 14. While the family accuses its subscribers for encouraging the gesture of the vloggeuse, the drama has pushed many experts to claim a strengthening of the supervision of the online directs, in particular to interrupt their dissemination in these cases.

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with our correspondent in Beijing, Stéphane Lagarde

The screenshots of the young woman, a bottle of pesticide by hand, became viral. With this question that agitates social networks: do Internet users who have attended live suicide should be held responsible?

According to the Chinese media, "LuoxiaomaoMaozi", as she nicknamed online, ended his life on Douyin (the Chinese version of Tiktok) in front of a portion of his 678,000 followers. "This is not an advertisement to sell products," she warned Thursday, October 14. It's probably my last video because I suffer from depression.

A call for help that visibly has not raised only empathy: other screenshots show messages encouraging influencers to "quickly drinking" the toxic chemical mixed with a drink. The latter immediately lost consciousness after swallowing the poison. Emergency conduct, doctors could not do anything.

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Supervision of Live Streaming

"Luoxiaomaomaozi" had evoked suicidal thoughts after breaking with his boyfriend last April. But some of his friends believe, however, that she made this fatal gesture because she would have been pushed by Internet users .

Pesticides remain the most used suicide mode in China , but never again during a live streaming. According to the daily newspaper Beijing news, the family intends to file a complaint against malicious trolls.

Experts cited by the state press claimed a strengthening of the supervision of the directs by the platforms, via keywords and artificial intelligence to interrupt the diffusion.

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