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Any app with human interaction needs a block button, period

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If you’ve ever experienced a bad breakup, harassment, or unwanted attention online, you’re probably familiar with the block button. 

On mainstream social networks—Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram—it’s pretty straightforward. Blocking someone prevents them from interacting with you, full stop. It’s handy for obvious reasons.

But harassment isn’t limited to mainstream platforms. Many apps that aren’t traditionally “social” now include social components, like Spotify, Etsy, Fitbit, and Airbnb. When users can contact each other via messaging or other means, there’s an opportunity for abuse. Read more…

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