A new feature on Instagram will block uninvited nude photos in direct messages (DMs) called ‘Nudity Protection’

The social media giant is working on a feature to allow users to block unwanted nude photos they receive via direct messages – a “nudity protection” filter to block such photos. While the company confirmed the feature was in development, it didn’t say when it would be released. A spokesperson from Meta, Instagram’s parent company, said in a statement that the new features are designed to protect people’s privacy and control how they receive messages.

Nudity protection will be an optional feature on Instagram. A similar feature was launched last year by Instagram called Hidden Words, which automatically filters out abusive direct messages based on keywords and redirects them to a hidden folder.

Alessandro Paluzzi, an app researcher for the Verge, tweeted this week a screenshot of the company’s upcoming message-protection feature. You are protected from potentially nudity-containing photos in chats by the technology on your device. The photos cannot be accessed by Instagram if nudity is detected in a direct message.” And if nudity is detected in a direct message, Instagram will hide the photos unless the user chooses to view them.

According to a study released in April by the Center for Countering Digital Hate, 125 separate examples of image-based sexual abuse were found in direct messages sent to five high-profile women — including Amber Heard, who has faced widespread hate online in the wake of her legal battle with Johnny Depp. According to the organization, Instagram failed to take action on every single instance of image-based sexual abuse reported to the platform within 48 hours.

How to access your Google Chrome passwords

Although smartphones have made traditional passwords obsolete, they remain a security risk, since they are the weakest link. Passwords of the past will be entirely eliminated in the near future. Your passwords will be safe until then if you use one of the best password managers.

By saving your account passwords in Google Chrome, you can access them no matter where you are, whether on a desktop, a smartphone, or one of the best Chromebooks. Using this guide, you will learn how to locate and view your saved Google Chrome passwords.

How to access your passwords in Google Chrome on Android

  1. Open the Chrome , go to three-dot menu in the upper-right corner.
  2. Go to Settings and tap the Passwords section.
  3. Locate an account you want to view the password for in the list of passwords saved to your Google account. You will then be able to edit your password by tapping it once.
  4. You can copy the text and paste it elsewhere by tapping the copy icon. In addition, you can remove the saved credentials for that account by tapping the trash bin icon in the upper-right corner.
  5. Enter your PIN to confirm your choice.
  6. Done button to return to the main Passwords page.

How to access your passwords in Google Chrome on desktop

  • Open the Chrome , go to three-dot menu in the upper-right corner.
  • Go to Settings and tap the Passwords section.
  • Your Google account contains a list of passwords that you have saved. Click the three-dot menu to the right of any account whose password you would like to view.
  • You can copy the text and paste it elsewhere by tapping the copy icon. In addition, you can remove the saved credentials for that account by tapping the trash bin icon in the upper-right corner.
  • Enter your PIN to confirm your choice.

How to access your saved passwords on Android without opening Google Chrome

  • Go to Settings > Passwords & accounts.
  • The Autofill service section for Google, select the settings.
  • Go to Settings select Password Manager.
  • Select Add shortcut to your home screen.