Instagram Launches Enhanced Security Features For Users Under 18

Anyone under 18 years old who joins Instagram will default to a private profile. The company says it developed a tool that will detect suspicious adult accounts and stop them from interacting with teenage users. 

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  2. "Would of, Could of, Should of." It's effortless to say those words in hindsight. Platforms don't think of stuff like that before launch because most operate under the principle that people are typically decent. Imagine if a developer had to think of all the creepy things people do when they aren't creeps. It's tough to do. A company has to wait for it to happen and then be quick to correct it. It's always the fringe elements that creep around testing the limits of "social" media. But the good thing is now that Instagram has added this, other social media platforms can piggyback off that to start implementing such precautions.

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