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Viral Instagram post tricks users about privacy

CBS News Friday, 23 August 2019
Instagram has discredited a widely circulated post falsely claiming the social platform has changed its privacy policy. The hoax, which has been shared by several celebrities, requests users to re-share it to stop Instagram from using your content, including deleted messages. CBSN Los Angeles' Brittney Hopper reports.
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A post on social media site Instagram, claiming your photos can be used against you, is a hoax.

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