Instagram has pledged to remove images, drawings and even cartoons showing methods of self-harm or suicide. The move is its latest response to the public outcry over the death of British teenager Molly Russell. The 14-year-old killed herself in 2017 after viewing graphic content on the platform. Molly’s father has described the Facebook-owned app’s commitment as “sincere” but said managers needed to act more swiftly.
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