Facebook blocked a chronically-ill euthanasia campaigner from live streaming his death on the platform

Alain Cocq from Dijon, France, wanted to live-stream his final days after deciding to stop all food, drink, and

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He had wanted to live stream the end of his life on Facebook, but a message on his account on Saturday said he had been blocked from posting videos until Tuesday, Cocq said. "While we respect Alain's decision to draw attention to this important issue, we are preventing live broadcasts on his account based on the advice of experts that the depiction of suicide attempts could be triggering and promote more self-harm," Facebook said in a statement provided to Reuters.

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