Instagram launches feature to tackle hate speech, abuse

21/4/2021 12:45:00 PM

Instagram launches feature to tackle hate speech, abuse

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Instagram launches feature to tackle hate speech, abuseInstagram has been pushing on its efforts to tackle hate speech and online abuse on its platform, which is more popular than Facebook's main app among teens and young adults. Users can use their discretion to report, delete or open messages, which will be sorted into a hidden requests folder, Instagram said. The feature, which is only applicable to direct message requests and not the inbox itself, will roll out in some countries in the coming weeks, said Instagram.

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