Instagram Extends Its Restrictions on Content Depicting Suicide and Self-Harm

Drawings, memes, posts from films or comics that use graphic imagery are now covered

Instagram meets with academics and experts on suicide and self-harm on a monthly basis RyanKing999/iStock

Instagram extended its efforts to prohibit content depicting suicide and self-harm from its platform to fictional depictions of those types of behaviors, such as drawings, memes and content from films or comics that use graphic imagery.

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