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Canadian police mistakenly use cat filter

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Canadian police have apologised after a cat filter was used during a Facebook live-streaming of a news conference about a double murder, which gave the presiding officer whiskers and ears.

Sergeant Janelle Shoihet, from the Royal Canadian Mounted Police of British Columbia, blamed "technical difficulties" for the error.

https://news.sky.com/story/canadian-police-mistakenly-use-cat-filter-during-news-conference-on-double-murder-11768364

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Desertrat56

They need better technology classes, and to get rid of the pranksters.  :lol:

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Seti42

Why are these 'official' broadcasts/livestreams using Facebook? You'd think there'd be a more professional (read: dumb instragram filter-less) app available.

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Desertrat56
2 minutes ago, Seti42 said:

Why are these 'official' broadcasts/livestreams using Facebook? You'd think there'd be a more professional (read: dumb instragram filter-less) app available.

Apparently more zombies are on facebook than instagram. 

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Gwynbleidd
9 hours ago, Seti42 said:

Why are these 'official' broadcasts/livestreams using Facebook? You'd think there'd be a more professional (read: dumb instragram filter-less) app available.

Exactly, I totally agree.  What a stupid place to do livestreams.  FB/IG are the last places I'd go to watch livestreams of a serious or newsworthy nature.  

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