Inciting [verb]

Definition of Inciting:

encourage, provoke

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Facebook had also removed two videos from his page for inciting violence.

Both companies say they will remove posts that incite violence.

The pages and users who incite the attacks are not reviewed to such a degree as LGBTQ pages and users, and the disproportionate censoring could be due to the algorithms and systems in place, they said.

Since then, the board has demanded that Facebook try harder by deleting posts that prematurely claim one of the candidates has won and better enforcing its prohibition against hate groups and inciting violence.

Spotify says on its website it bans material that “promotes, advocates, or incites hatred or violence against a group or individual” based on certain characteristics, but doesn’t say it removes material simply because it’s false.

While Walz says his decision to call in the National Guard is a precautionary measure, the governor risks inciting violence.

The American way of moviegoing is long overdue for a “page one” rewrite, and I hope that these closures might serve as the inciting incident of a profound transformation in how we experience movies.

The company does plan to remove any tweets “meant to incite interference with the election process or with the implementation of election results” including ones that incite violence.

She outlines cases where community organizers—often mothers worried about their sick children—have incited change.

Even if you’re not a target or inciting violence, you’d rather be protected by wearing a helmet than risk the consequences — and you can get yours here in some fun colors.