Social media giant Instagram has recently deployed filters to block online abuse.
It was recently reported that photos of more than 80 Muslim women were uploaded on an open software development platform (GitHub) called "Sulli's Day Deal."
Using artificial intelligence to track over 400,000 posts on social media platforms during the semi-finals and finals of Euro 2020 and 2021 African Cup of Nations 2021 "over 50% of players received some form of discriminatory abuse."
The company did not divulge details of the account users — such as their specific plans for protests or where in the US they live. It said "approximately” 190 accounts were removed overall.
Social media has captivated people’s imagination like never before. It helps people connect with one another on an unimaginable scale. Be it on Facebook, Twitter or WhatsApp, people are constantly keeping their friends and loved ones posted about what’s happening in their lives, backed by interesting snippets,
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