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Updated September 18, 2018 11:04:13Netflix removed a number of items from its site over the weekend, including a list of news articles and a list that was a list and not a collection.
The news items were removed from the Netflix History section and a timeline that included the date they were first posted.
Users could see the removed items on the History page of the Netflix website.
The Netflix spokesperson said the items were not linked to any specific news stories and that they were removed for “security reasons.”
Netflix said it had removed all of the items because they did not comply with the company’s Terms of Service.
The company’s website said it was reviewing its policies and that it “does not condone illegal content or material.”
The company said it removed the articles because they violated its terms of service and it is now reviewing how to “better implement” its policies.
Netflix did not immediately respond to a request for comment.
The site also removed a list from its mobile app, which included a video of a police officer shooting an alleged rapist.
The list included a description of the victim’s race, age, gender, and age of the alleged attacker.
The video was not available on the app.
The video has been removed from Netflix.