Posting “death to the Russian invaders” on Facebook now OK in some countries Violent speech can be “political expression” but can’t target civilians.
War in Ukraine: Instagram banned in Russia over 'calls to violence'
Instagram owner Meta has allowed users in some countries to call for violence against Russia's army.
Russian regulators restrict access to Instagram
Russia's communications regulator announced Friday that the government would be restricting access to Instagram after its parent company Meta said it would temporarily allow certain users to call for violence agains
Russia to shutdown Instagram on Monday due to 'calls for violence'
Russian regulators say that internet users will be blocked from accessing Instagram on Monday because it is being used to "call for violence" against the country's soldiers.
Russia widens social media crackdown by blocking Instagram
(AP) — Russian regulators said Friday that internet users will be blocked from accessing Instagram because it's being used to call for violence against Russian soldiers, in Moscow's latest move to tighten up access to foreign social platforms.
Facebook to permit posts calling for violence against Russians and death of Putin
Once-banned content will be accepted under revised hate speech rules in context of war
Facebook and Instagram relax rules to allow death threats to Russian soldiers
The change applies to users in countries including Russia, Ukraine and Poland.
War in Ukraine: Facebook to allow calls for violence against Putin
Meta, the owner of Facebook and Instagram, will temporarily make allowances for some violent speech.