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 abuses on its platform.
One new tool being rolled out is a warning generated by artificial intelligence to notify users their comment may be considered offensive before it is posted.
Instagram said Wednesday it planned to launch advertising on its Explore page, expanding marketing opportunities on the Facebook-owned, visual-focused social network.
Instagram will refrain from taking down an ultra-realistic “deepfake video” posted Tuesday of Facebook’s CEO bragging about controlling billions of people’s “stolen” personal data.
The Global Brand Counterfeiting Report 2018 estimated losses due to counterfeiting of high end consumer goods amounted to $98 Billion which includes counterfeiting from offline as well as online mediums.