If you’ve taken a look at your Instagram followers, you’ll most likely notice that you lost quite a few this week!
The social media company has deleted millions of accounts that were either spam, inactive, or didn’t follow company guidelines.
“We’re in the process of fixing an issue that incorrectly includes inactive or fake accounts in follower/following lists. We want to maintain the best possible experience on Instagram, so we do our best to remove spam, fake accounts and other people and posts that don’t follow our Community Guidelines. As we remove these accounts, some people may notice a decrease in their follower/following counts,” the company announced in a statement this week. You may also have noticed some notifications on your app.
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