By James Pero For Dailymail. Reddit is cracking down on users who help boost policy-breaking content on its platform. In addition to relating statistics on its efforts - it took down , pieces of offending content and removed 56, accounts in - Huffman also detailed a new and substantial shift in its 'quarantine' policy. CEO Steve Huffamn said that Reddit will begin punishing users who promote rule-breaking content by upvoting it on the platform. According to the CEO, Reddit will now impugn users who are found to frequently promote offending content by upvoting Reddits version of a 'like' on Instagram or Facebook. The move will be a harsher turn compared to Reddit's prior policies which focused mostly on moderators and subreddits as a whole - a decision that Huffman says didn't quite meet the mark on its missions to curb undesirable content. As noted by Gizmodo , the move likely isn't just about attempting to prune out fringe content on the platform - some of which was rooted in fascist and Nazi ideology - it is also about courting more advertisers. Part of the impetus for its new policy on upvoting content is making it easier to court advertisers to the platform.
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Nothing screams "summer is coming" more than a red-hot bikini that people are clambering over themselves to get their hands on. Budget retailer Kmart recently released a leopard-print bikini that not only looks stylish but has a hidden feature people are loving, news. The snug high-waited bottoms have a built-in tummy control feature that helps wearers look and feel their best. And judging from the reaction on social media, people are loving it. One woman shared an adorable snap of a fan in the bikini, beaming confidently for the camera as she posed in her cozzie. She's not the only Instagram user who is a fan, with another revealing they were "so happy" they'd finally scored a set.