How to report abusive comments on Instagram
If you see a comment or post on Instagram that's abusive, hate speech, or appears to be inciting violence or physical harm, you can report it. Here's how.
as"a direct attack against people — rather than concepts or institutions— on the basis of what we call protected characteristics: race, ethnicity, national origin, disability, religious affiliation, caste, sexual orientation, sex, gender identity and serious disease." Attacks, the platform says, include"violent or dehumanising speech, harmful stereotypes, statements of inferiority, expressions of contempt, disgust or dismissal, cursing and calls for exclusion or segregation. We also prohibit the use of harmful stereotypes, which we define as dehumanising comparisons that have historically been used to attack, intimidate, or exclude specific groups, and that are often linked with offline violence."
So, want to report hate speech in the comments of someone you follow? Can you see someone being harassed in the comments below one of their posts? Report it, whether it's happening to you, someone you know, or someone you don't know. See something, say something.
And Instagram, keep working on it.How to report a comment1. Swipe left over the comment in question if you're using an iPhone. Android users, simply tap the comment. You can lift your finger if you've swiped, as the icons that appear won’t vanish. headtopics.com
Slide left on comments you want to report, then hit the ❗️Credit: instagram / mashable crop2. Tap the exclamation mark❗️ icon.3. Tap"Report This Comment" on iPhone or"Report this comment" on Android.4. Select why you're reporting the comment — depending on which reason you pick, the report may be sent immediately, or you might be asked extra questions about the comment.
Choose your reason for reporting.Credit: screenshot: instagramThen submit your report.Credit: screenshot: instagramWhile we’re focusing on reporting abuse and hate speech here, you can report comments and posts on Instagram for many reasons, from bullying and harassment to false information, selling illegal stuff to intellectual property and copyright violation.
All reports are anonymous, the company says, except if you're reporting an intellectual property infringement. Either way, Instagram says the account won't be able to see who has reported them.How to delete comments (on your posts only)If the comment is on one of your posts, you can both report and delete it. Use the process above to report first (so it doesn't just disappear without being flagged), and then here's how to get rid of it:
Open up the comments under a post by hitting"View all comments."Swipe left over the comment on iPhone, tap it on Android. Read more: Mashable »
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