Is that good or bad?
Facebook was held responsible for failing to quash the real-time live-stream in the first place—not to mention the thousands of reposts. So Mr. Zuckerberg squealed for help. In particular, he requested government regulation .
That's understandable if not excusable. Facebook's flubs, f-ups, and blunders in it's other inept attempts at censorship are already legion, and quickly becoming legendary. This one for example—
Declaration of Independence breaches Facebook 'hate speech' rules, gets removed from platform
Even if it was unbiased, facebook is clearly unable to do censorship. The results of its attempts make a bull in the china shop look like a meticulous curator in the British Museum.