Instagram has introduced a new notification process to better explain to users why their account can be risked being disabled.
In a post on his blog, Instagram stated that the notice would also offer users the opportunity to appeal when their content was removed for violating "nudity and pornography, oppression and harassment, hate speech, drug sales, and anti-terrorism policies" .
If the content is found erased due to an error, Instagram will return the post and delete the violation from the account record.
"We always give people the choice to appeal to accounts that are deactivated through our Help Center, and in the next few months, we will bring this experience directly to Instagram," he said.
Notification and appeals are part of a series of changes to the Instagram account deactivation policy.
At present, social networks sharing photos and videos only disable accounts that have a certain percentage of content violations. However, under his new policy, it will also delete the account with a number of violations within a certain period.
"As well as how policies are enforced on Facebook (the parent company of Instagram), this change will enable us to enforce our policies more consistently and hold people accountable for what they post on Instagram," he said.
He added that renewal is an important step in improving its policies and keeping this platform a safe and supportive place.
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