Instagram is now changing its policies when it comes to disabling accounts, including notifying users who are at risk of having their account disabled.

Not only will Instagram now give you a warning when content is removed, but the notification will also give you the option to appeal the removed content.

The appeals process will be available for content that was removed due to violations of nudity and pornography, bullying and harassment, hate speech, drug sales, counter-terrorism policies, and more will be added in the future.

If you file an appeal and win, Instagram will restore the post and remove the violation from your account.

When it comes to disabled accounts, Instagram has always offered the ability to appeal this in its Help Center. However, in the next few months, it will improve the experience by adding the option to appeal through the app.

Along with the new notification system, Instagram has also changed the policy on how it bans accounts. In the past, it would remove accounts which accumulated a certain amount of violations.

Going forward, Instagram will now disable accounts for this reason, as well as accounts that have too many violations in a set period of time. This brings Instagram's disable policy in line with its parent company, Facebook.

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