The tragedy that took place yesterday in the mosque in New Zealand continues to be something to talk about.
After the terrible attack in New Zealand, leaving at least 49 people without a life, we have Valve already off from various Steam profiles They showed gestures for the criminal.
According to the Kotaku report, Valve has already removed more than 100 profiles from the platform where users respect the terrorist, including his name and image, as well as adding screenshots and GIF of the transmission of the attack that was broadcast live on Facebook.
Incredible as it may seem, there are those who even label him a saint or a hero because of his unhappy actions.
Valve acted quickly and firmly
At the moment they still find active profiles with this type of gesture that of course includes many that are just Trolling, But the Valve team was very active in its mission of avoiding this kind of specimens incite hatred.
It attracted attention that in the past the company has been criticized for staying out of the disputes, so it is certain that this time they were an agile office response.
Speaking of Valve, they also recently reacted to the pressure of the community to eliminate a game called Rape Day from Steam that included rape of women.