Hacker News, the largest social news network in the world, has begun censoring users who post jobs on its service, which has more than a billion users.
The announcement comes just two days after Twitter announced it would end the practice of automatically censoring job listings that users upload to the platform.
In its announcement, Twitter said that the new policy will allow it to identify instances where “a user’s account or profile information could be misused to harass or abuse other users.”
The decision to stop automatically censuring job postings came after users complained about the new ban.
Twitter said it has been working to improve its policies for users’ personal information, but said it “will continue to monitor and respond to reported violations.”
The company also said that its “support team will continue to provide assistance to users who report problems with our platform and the actions we take to resolve them.”
The change comes just days after the social network was criticized for censoring the employment information of its employees.
Twitter said on Wednesday that it has banned “some accounts” for sharing employment information, including those that advertise in the company’s news feed.
Twitter announced the change on Wednesday, and the company said it will take action to prevent abuse.
Users who were asked to stop posting job listings to Twitter were asked about “inappropriate content” such as posts that include photos of employees or photos of celebrities.
The move to automatically censor job listings comes after many social media companies have announced that they will begin banning users who share job listings.
Earlier this week, Twitter also said it was removing from the platform posts that use terms like “toxic” or “hate speech.”
Twitter’s CEO Jack Dorsey said in an interview with CNNMoney that the company will remove any posts that do not comply with the company rules, including posts that promote hate speech or incite violence.