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|Twitter is now prohibiting "wishes of harm" in its new violent speech policy, banning users expressing desire for harm. Read more||WorldTwitter||ProductHateViolence|
|Singapore is examining a new Code of Practice seeking to remove harmful content from app stores. Read more||Singapore||RegulatoryAdultChild SafetyViolence|
|Tennessee is examining a bill asking phone manufacturers to track and block harmful content from minors. Read more||US||RegulatoryAdultChild SafetyViolence|
|Google is introducing a blur feature helping users avoiding explicit images while using the search engine. Read more||WorldGoogle||ProductAdultViolence|
|California is examining a bill targeting fentanyl and firearms sale and harm promotion to children on social media. Read more||US||RegulatoryChild SafetySubstancesViolence|
|The National Police Agency is adding murder, guns and explosives to contents that can be requested for removal by internet service providers in March. Read more||Japan||RegulatoryViolence|
|Tumblr is creating community labels allowing users to avoid seeing unwanted content. Read more||WorldTumblr||ProductAdultSubstancesViolence|
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