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5 ways to safeguard your privacy on Instagram

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Protecting your privacy is important across all social networks and Instagram is no exception. 

With over 500 million monthly users, the potential audience to view your profile and posts is enormous. 

We’re taking a look at a few simple steps you can take to keep your profile and content secure. 

Hide location data 

You may not want all your posts to share geo data with strangers. To remove location information from past posts, go into the post and tap on the three dots to the top right of your screen. Select “Edit.” Now, tap on the location info above the post and opt to “Remove Location.”

To stop future posts revealing your whereabouts, you can revoke Instagram’s access to your phone’s location data. Read more…

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