Instagram starts allowing users to flag misinformation

August 16, 2019 | Publish Date: 8/16/2019 12:46:22 PM IST

 Expanding its fact-checking programme, Facebook has started allowing Instagram users to flag false content on the photo-and video-sharing platform.

“I’m proud that, starting today, people can let us know if they see posts on Instagram they believe may be false. There’s still more to do to stop the spread of misinformation, more to come,” Adam Mosseri, Head of Instagram, said in a tweet on Thursday.
According to a report in, while the roll out of the feature has started in the US, it should be available for all international users in about two weeks.
Fact checkers will review the posts once users flag content as false.
But even if fact checkers flag those content as false, the posts would not be deleted from the platform, said the report.

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