Facebook-owned Instagram has received a lot of flak in the past for disabling accounts without any prior notice.
Social media "liking" systems have always been a source of competition and anxiety for users but Instagram, a site that records the most-liked photos, is attempting to ditch "likes" altogether.
Instagram is now changing its policies when it comes to disabling accounts, including notifying users who are at risk of having their account disabled.
If a user successfully wins their appeal, Instagram said it will restore the deleted content to the account and the violation will be removed from the user's violation record.
The company said appeals will be available for posts that are removed under violation of nudity and pornography, bullying and harassment, hate speech, drug sales, and counter-terrorism policies.
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Instagram said it will be tweaking its policy on accounts found to be frequently violating its terms of service.
This change should give users more opportunity to change their behavior before their accounts are banned, and make it easier to correct moderation mistakes.
Under increasing pressure, major platforms have begun to reevaluate their policies regarding offensive or harmful content.
Whilst users from around the world are protesting against Instagram blocking their accounts for "no apparent reason" citing "policy violations", the photo-messaging platform has now made a decision to warn users when their account is going to being deleted.
The FTC recently announced that Facebook would be fined $5 billion for various privacy violations throughout the last two years.