The Instagram photo sharing app is launching a feature that will allow users to report fake content, RIA Novosti reported.
According to the Poynter portal, to flag suspicious information, Instagram users simply have to click the three dots in the upper right corner of the post and alternatively classify it as "inappropriate" or "fake."
China has released a code of conduct for private companies investing abroad as it seeks to head off risky acquisitions, with state media reporting on Dec. 19 that a blacklist of violators was in the works.
A lawyer who has been threatened in the past by angry partners for providing legal support to women suffering from domestic violence, ?dil Elveri? from Bilgi University, started the ?sendeanlat? (?Tell Your Story?) hashtag on Twitter.