"We are also introducing a new notification process to help people understand if their account is at risk of being disabled", the company added.
If that idea makes you anxious that your edgy content will get flagged, you're in luck: Instagram is also rolling out a new notification policy, in which it will warn users if their account is at risk of being disabled. From now on, Instagram will detect if you violate its policies, and warn you before disabling your account.
We should mention that Instagram's policy says that it will ban users who post "a certain percentage of violating content". They will be given an option to appeal against the decision of the company if the account has been taken down for violating policies regarding harassment, nudity, bullying, pornography, drugs, hate speech and counter-terrorism.
Instagram has always banned people who post "a certain percentage of violating content". This will help users preventing their Instagram account from being deleted. Yes, Instagram will first send a warning message and then they will do further proceedings to delete your account permanently.
The company announced a policy change that allows the service to delete accounts that break too many of its rules during a set period of time.
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The announcement was made in the same week when a person killed a 17 years old girl and posted the pictures of a bloody dead body on his Instagram account.
Instagram has recently rolled out a good number of new updates, including its "restrict" feature and recently, the "like-hiding" feature.
Instagram added that if a particular content or post was removed inappropriately, the company will restore it and lift the violation count from the poster's record.
This change should give users more opportunity to change their behavior before their accounts are banned, and make it easier to correct moderation mistakes.