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What: Content that our systems predict likely violates our Community Standards, but that has not been confirmed to be a violation, including but not limited to:
Content produced and distributed by fake accounts
Content with known hate terms
Content that could incite or facilitate serious violence
Bullying and harassment
Adult nudity and sexual activity
False claims about COVID-19 that are likely to directly contribute to the risk of imminent physical harm
Posts buying, selling, trading, or promoting Restricted Goods or Services (as defined by our Community Standards)
If at any point this content is confirmed to violate the Community Standards then it is removed from the platform.
Why: We want to take steps to reduce exposure to content that is likely to violate our Community Standards in order to minimize possible harm to our community.