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

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. The tech companies, all of which worked on the initial draft, signed the Aotearoa New Zealand Code of Practice for Online Safety and…

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