Instagram Just Created Reporting for Endangered Species — Almost One Year After it Was Listed in Their Community Guidelines

An Instagram wildlife trafficker offers cheetah cubs for sale in a video on his profile. Source: Instagram

For years, Facebook and Facebook-owned Instagram have hidden behind their Community Standards as a way to avoid blame for a wide array of illegal content on the platforms. Both platforms, which are owned by Facebook Inc., have relied on their users to report content — including…

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Katie A. Paul

Katie A. Paul

Katie A. Paul is an anthropologist, Co-Director of the ATHAR Project, and member of ACCO. Her work investigates the intersection of trafficking and tech.

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