Instagram says it will now hide self-harm images behind ‘sensitivity screens’

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Instagram’s new CEO Adam Mosseri penned an article in The Telegraph this week to explain the various steps Facebook’s subsidiary will take to prevent users from being exposed to self-harm and suicide-related images, while simultaneously looking for ways to help users who are posting such content.

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