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Instagram apologizes for incorrectly flagging #EndSARS posts as false

CBS News Thursday, 22 October 2020
On social media, in both Nigeria and across the world, supporters of the protesters used #EndSARS to express support for the movement.
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News video: Facebook admits to incorrectly labeling #EndSARS content as misinformation

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"We apologise for letting down our community", said a Facebook spokesperson after the company admitted that Instagram posts in support of #EndSARS were incorrectly labeled as misleading.View on euronews

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