A lot of Hungarian accounts received strange messages from the photo sharer.
At 8 p.m. on January 22, Hungarian time, Instagram, which is also very popular in Hungary, went a little crazy, starting to send notifications to a lot of users that some posts had been moved to the bottom of the photo stream because they might not have met the community guidelines. Primary law.
Such a warning is usually sent if the system detects sexual content, hate speech, or hate symbols in the specific post.
If the system sends such a message in the last few hours, do not panic, the posts in question are almost certainly not violating the mentioned guidelines, and there is a high probability that some bug will cause users to receive warnings one after another.
It is not yet clear what caused the problem, and Meta, which also owns Instagram, has not released any information about the misleading warnings.
In our case, the account status indicated in the warning (Profile/Settings & Data Protection/Account Status) did not indicate any problems, this also indicates that it is just a misunderstanding, but it can even be determined at the bottom of the notification by clicking on it Request to withdraw the decisionthat Instagram goes beyond deletion.