If reported inappropriate, the photo will be reviewed by Instagram and if they decide it is inappropriate, it not appear on the news feed of other account holders who are under 18 years.
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In this case your photo will not be added to the photo map (which allows people to see other people’s photos that are nearby), however, if someone does come across your photo, your location can still be tagged and GPS coordinates available.
Possibly, but not nearly as easily. If there is an identifying landmark, road sign, school crest in your photo or the background of your photo, this can give away clues to your location.
No, it does not 100% work every time, but will block out most inappropriate content if it is flagged as inappropriate by others.
Comments on your new videos: Refers to all videos uploaded from now. Comments on your channel: Refers to all videos you have uploaded to your channel. Allow all comments: Anybody who can view your video can also comment. Hold all comments for review: Comments will not be displayed under your video until you manually approve […]
Private: Only those you invite can view the video, up to a maximum of 50 people. Unlisted: Others must be given the link to view the video. Public: Default Setting: Anybody can view the video.
Any selfie posted online or sent via devices should be posted/ sent with care- no identifying information should be posted or sent. This is because when you send a selfie you lose control of the picture.
You should make sure you are proud of your snapchat selfies as they can be screenshot and there are hacks to save the picture without the sender being notified (Using another phone to take a picture of a snapchat message).