Going forward, Twitter will now remove images of deceased individuals at the request of family members. The move is the first following the company’s broader promise to change its policing
policies in the wake of Robin Williams’ suicide and harassing messages directed toward his daughter. “Williams’ daughter said she [was] quitting the platform after being sent
disturbing photo-shopped images of her father’s death,” The Wall Street Journal reports.
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