YouTube removed the ad after Motherboard contacted the company because the ad contained 'violent imagery.'
The impacted account belongs to Mariam Barghouti, who was on the ground reporting on protests against the expulsion of Palestinians from their homes in East Jerusalem.
The developers of the AI powered text adventure added a filter to look for child pornography. Users say that their privacy is being violated.
The site removed 653,465 pieces of content that violated its Terms of Service in 2020, according to the report.
The company launched a new feature to let anyone message anyone else on Slack, without mechanisms for users to block unwanted or harassing messages.
Sam Cole talks to CYBER about how changes in porn content moderation could be a harbinger for the rest of the internet.
It was a mistake, the company said, but highlights the imprecision of automated language filters.
Following bans from payment processors and mass deletion of most of its content, Pornhub announced new details on its improved trust and safety polices.
"We are risking our jobs."
TikTok took down an artist’s feature film-length post because it violated its “community guidelines.”
“Squeezing occurs when: There is clear indentation (e.g. dents, imprints, depressions, marks, etc.) on the female breast or clothing caused by curved fingers in a grabbing motion."
Internal documents and audio show that Facebook is requiring moderators to come back to work to deal with content related to child abuse, self harm, and terrorism.