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The tool, which automatically blocks abusive accounts for seven days, has been extended to users in a number of English-speaking countries.
Snapchat is introducing a new way to keep track of where your friends are by seeing their real-time location on the Snap Map.
Google announced that accounts hacks have dropped by 50% since it turned on two-factor authentication by default for all users.
To protect users from harassment, Meta is introducing a "Personal Boundary" buffer between avatars on Horizon Worlds and Venues.
As part of its new #BeCyberSmart campaign, TikTok is launching a video series where creators and company employees tell cybersecurity tales.
Twitter has introduced Safety Mode, a seven-day automatic block for abusive accounts. Users can also revise and revoke the block.
Tinder plans to launch voluntary ID verification for its members, in order to create a safer and more authentic community.
TikTok is introducing several new changes for teens aged 13-17 to further enhance the safety and privacy of its younger users.
Instagram is introducing new policies and features to limit interactions between teenagers on its platform and adults they don't follow.
TikTok is launching two new comment features in a bid to promote kindness among users on its platform.
TikTok has announced the formation of a European Safety Advisory Council to provide third-party advice on content moderation and enforcement.
TikTok has announced a new feature called Family Pairing, which lets parents control and customize their teens' safety settings.
YouTube has announced changes that better protect kids and their privacy, including the requirement for all creators to designate their content in YouTube Studio.
Instagram will now start to warn users before they post a "potentially offensive" caption, allowing them to reconsider posting it.
After testing the feature for the last few months, Twitter is now rolling out the ability to hide replies to all users around the world.