To Ward Off Regulation, Social Platforms Agree to Self-Police Content

Google, Twitter, Meta and others sign a new code in New Zealand and is subject to sanctions in case of a breach

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To enhance online safety, Meta (parent company of Facebook and Instagram), Google (parent of YouTube), TikTok, Amazon (parent of Twitch) and Twitter agreed to regulate harmful online content in New Zealand today.

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