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Use 'discretion' with social media, Minns says

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Albanese, Minns, Spender lay flowers
NSW Premier Chris Minns speaking to media



Albanese, Minns, Spender lay flowers
14/04/2024
(See translation in Arabic section)
Sydney - Middle East Times Int’l: The ABC's Gavin Coote was there as Prime Minister Anthony Albanese, NSW Premier Chris Minns, local Wentworth MP Allegra Spender and others added to the ever-growing number of floral tributes outside the shopping centre.
Prime Minister Anthony Albanese, NSW Premier Chris Minns,
 local Wentworth MP Allegra Spender and others
Use 'discretion' with social media, Minns says
NSW Premier Chris Minns has urged social media users to be careful what they post and share online in the wake of the attack.
"I think people are going to have to use absolute discretion here. This has been a devastating crime scene. It's horrifying for those that have gone through it. Obviously, the footage from it will be incredibly confronting. So I'd urge people to use caution about posting this information."
NSW Premier Chris Minns speaking to media
He's also warned against speculating on possible motives.
"Most people are dealing with factual information provided by the government in a responsible way. There's always going to be, particularly when you're dealing with social media, those who, in a rogue way, go and speculate on it. It's never helpful. I can promise you that NSW Police, the government as well, are trying to provide accurate, up-to-date information as soon as we can to media outlets and the general public."
Minns says if people have footage of events, they should give it to police, not upload it to social media.

 














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