The federal government has ordered social media such as Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, and Tiktok to remove contents that display partial or full nudity within 24 hours.

This was contained in the recently released code of practice for interactive computer service platforms and internet intermediaries.

According to the documents, These online platforms have to act fast to remove and erase any content of nudity and sexual videos or pictures.

They must also make sure to block access to non-consensual content that exposes a person’s private areas, full or partial nudity, or any sexual act or revenge videos that are meant to harass or intimidate an Individual.

The platforms must acknowledge the complaints and take down the content within 24 hours.

The code of practice also instructs these platforms to take down any unlawful content.

The Federal Government also informed the platforms to ensure that no unlawful content is uploaded to their platform.

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