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Instagram* is working on a mechanism to protect users of the platform from unwanted nude photos in private messages. Representative of the company that owns the Meta service* confirmed that the feature is indeed under development after researcher Alessandro Paluzzi released relevant screenshots of the application, informed The edge.

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According to a meta spokesman*, new security features will help users protect themselves from “nudity” and other unwanted messages. Similar features have already appeared – one of which filters requests through the private messaging system and blocks objectionable content. The company clarified that meta specialists* At the same time, they do not get access to user correspondence and cannot share this data with third parties. The company will talk in more detail about new protection tools in the coming weeks, closer to the start of the tests.

Meanwhile, the British non-profit organization Center for Countering Digital Hate in April establishedthat the Instagram protection system* Doesn’t work effectively enough and skips 9 out of 10 offensive messages against famous women: The defense didn’t respond to male intimate photos or swear words. And early last year, the Pew Research Center published reportaccording to which 33% of women under the age of 35 have experienced online harassment.

* It is included in the list of public associations and religious organizations for which the court made a final decision to liquidate or ban activities on the grounds provided for in Federal Law No. 114-FZ of July 25. 2002 “On Countering Extremist Activities”.

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