Why you'll see even less political content on Instagram and Threads
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As the 2024 U.S. election nears, social media platforms are trying to avoid repeating their past mistakes: egregious missteps that helped spread misinformation and disinformation and fueled political ire and divide.
As a result of years of scrutiny over how these platforms handle political disinformation and extremism, many have created a whole host of rules and regulations regarding political content on their sites.
More recently, on Friday, Instagram and Threads said in a blog post that it would no longer proactively recommend political content from accounts users don't follow.
"These recommendations updates apply to public accounts and in places where we recommend content such as Explore, Reels, In-Feed Recommendations and Suggested Users - it doesn't change how we show people content from accounts they choose to follow," the social media giant wrote in a blog post.
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