Instagram new feature to filter abusive messages

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Instagram new feature to protect its community from abuse

Instagram has tightened its policy on harassment in private messages. The innovations are reported by Engadget. The social network will give users the ability to block not only an individual user but also any new accounts that an intrusive interlocutor may create. Instagram notes that its rules prohibit users from creating new accounts, but this practice nonetheless exists. The app also adds a new filtering tool that allows users to automatically hide message requests that contain offensive words, phrases, and even emoticons. The list of words and phrases, according to Instagram, was compiled in collaboration with anti-bullying organizations. But users can also add their own words to the list.

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The new functionality will become available in one of the next app updates for iOS and Android .

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