The Trump administration is set to roll out an overhaul of the nation’s consumer protection agency’s policies on gender and sexuality, according to Recode.
The administration has also ordered tech companies to be more upfront about how they handle harassment and abuse on their platforms, which the publication says could mean they will no longer be able to ignore complaints.
The decision is part of a wider push by the Trump administration to crack down on tech companies that cater to women and minorities.
In addition to the sweeping changes, the administration has ordered companies to create more diversity initiatives, create more gender-neutral language on their websites, and remove harmful content.
“We are committed to working with all stakeholders in the digital space to create an environment where every American can live their fullest lives free from the harms of sexual violence, harassment, and discrimination,” said the White House.