The Technology 202: Instagramís new fact-checking tool may have limited impact on disinformation

Facebook-owned company seeking to stem spread of misinformation by removing dubious posts from searchesInstagram is adding an option for users to report posts they think are false, the Facebook-owned photo-sharing site has announced, as tries to stem misinformation and other abuses.Results rated as false are removed from places where users seek out new content, such as Instagramís ďexploreĒ tab and hashtag search results. Continue reading...

Instagram begins letting users report misinformation

Instagram on Thursday added a way for users to easily report deceptive posts at the photo and video-oriented social network owned by Facebook.

Thu 15 Aug 19 from TechXplore

How to flag false info on Instagram - CNET

The new feature won't let you delete a post, but fake info could get buried.

Fri 16 Aug 19 from CNET Cutting Edge

Instagram now lets users flag misinformation

Instagram is rolling out a new feature that allows users to flag misinformation.

Fri 16 Aug 19 from CNN

Instagram to let US users report false content

Facebook-owned company seeking to stem spread of misinformation by removing dubious posts from searchesInstagram is adding an option for users to report posts they think are false, the Facebook-owned ...

Thu 15 Aug 19 from Guardian.co.uk

Instagram will let users flag false content in an effort to stem the spread of misinformation

If found to be violating community guidelines, the content could be removed from Instagram's explore tab and searchable hashtags. The feature is currently only available to users in the US.

Thu 15 Aug 19 from Daily Mail

Instagram users can now flag false content

Beginning today, Instagram users can report content that they believe to be false. Instagram will use those flags to better understand misinformation on the platform and to train its ...

Thu 15 Aug 19 from Engadget

Instagram adds tool for users to flag false information

Instagram is adding an option for users to report posts they think are false, the company announced on Thursday, as the Facebook-owned photo-sharing site tries to stem misinformation and other ...

Thu 15 Aug 19 from Reuters Technology

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