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X, the platform formerly known Twitter, is making some changes that will make the posts that users "like" harder to see.

X's engineering team released a statement Tuesday that said "Likes" will be private for all users.

The move was made to "better protect" users' privacy, the engineering team's statement said.

  • Among the changes users may experience, according to X:
  • You can still see posts you have liked, though others cannot.
  • Like count and other metrics for your own posts will still show up under notifications.
  • A post's author can see who liked its posts.
  • Removing 'Likes' follows X policy update on porn

Earlier this month, X updated its policies to ensure users could post adult content and pornographic material.

Under its updated policy, the social media platform will allow consensually produced and distributed adult pornographic content so long as its "properly labeled and not prominently displayed."

"Sexual expression, whether visual or written, can be a legitimate form of artistic expression," the platform's policy states. "We believe in the autonomy of adults to engage with and create content that reflects their own beliefs, desires, and experiences, including those related to sexuality."

The platform will still prohibit pornographic content that is exploitative, nonconsensual or promotes objectification, obscene behaviors or the sexualization or harm to minors. It also prevents adult content from being used for profile pictures, banners and other publicly visible places.

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