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    Good. There's a shockingly large number of pro-self harm communities on social media, and it's unethical to allow these communities to exist.

    I'm impressed by the strong stance the CEO seems to be taking on the issue, even mentioning the possibility of resigning if he hasn't diminished the amount of self harm images on the site in 6 months.

    Hopefully he's being honest about his plan to take action, and if he is, hopefully other social media heads follow suit.

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