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Swift has previously resisted similar moves on other nations citing its political neutral policy.
Google chiefs called to Cabinet Office over racist, white supremacist and rape apologist content.
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We-Vibe collected "highly sensitive, personally identifiable" from users via its smartphone app.
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Sat in her hospital bed, 34-year-old Magill told her followers about the daily struggles she faces.
The cause of the outage that lasted several hours remains unknown.
Norway's public broadcaster is reducing trolling by making users answer questions before they can post.
The commission says it needs more time to assess the rules.
The service, now available only in the US, plans to take on traditional cable services.
Sites affected by the disruption included Medium, Slack and the US Securities and Exchange Commission.