The website Coraline is now one of the most popular movie sites online.
It’s also not a popular choice for people looking for an online experience.
The site’s new policy says that content that is “obscene” and/or that is harmful to minors can be removed.
The move comes amid a wave of backlash over what critics and activists have said is the site’s culture of misogyny and abuse.
The website’s CEO has apologized for his remarks, and the site is now available in all major streaming platforms, including Netflix, Amazon Prime, and Hulu.
In a blog post, the company says the move is “based on the new content policy.”
The company says it is “committed to a culture of equality, diversity, inclusion, and respect.”
“We have worked hard to ensure that Coraline remains an inclusive, safe, and welcoming place for everyone to enjoy and share their favorite films and TV shows,” Coraline CEO Kevin O’Brien said in the blog post.
“In the wake of recent events, I want to be clear that Coralie’s values of inclusion and inclusion of all, will continue to guide us as we strive to be the best entertainment platform for our community.”
The move to remove material from the site comes as the company is in the midst of an investigation by the Federal Trade Commission.
The company was founded in 2012 and has raised over $1.5 million in funding.
The FTC is looking into whether the site and its platform violate federal consumer protection laws, and its investigation will continue.
Coraline’s CEO said that he hopes the investigation will help ensure that all users are protected.
“As a result of the FTC investigation, we have made changes to our content policies to ensure we remain a safe and inclusive space for all Coraline users,” he wrote.
The change to Coraline goes into effect on May 17.