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Instagram Users Now Allowed to Flag Fake Content

August 19, 2019

Instagram Users Now Allowed to Flag Fake Content

Facebook, which owns the photo and video social network Instagram has extended the fact-checking program to it under which the users can flag false content. The latter’s company head, Adam Mosseri said that he is proud that now Instagram users can flag content they think is false, and that there is still more to do to stop the spread of misinformation.

A report by Poynter said that the new fact-checking said that the new feature has already been introduced in the US and it will become available for the international users soon.

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