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in AfghanistanAfter millions of people were in distress, social media platforms announced several ways to follow in order to ensure the safety of their users there. For instance Facebook blocked access to the ‘friends’ section of accounts in Afghanistan, as well as allowing accounts to be suspended with one touch.

off facebook LinkedIn is one of the companies working for the safety of its users in Afghanistan. Your accounts in Afghanistan which prevents the contacts part from being seen cluster chat application recognized after the platform Clubhouse in front of us.

The account information of Afghan users who have been inactive for a while is hidden:

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To protect Afghan users, Clubhouse has apparently suspended accounts that have been inactive for a period of time. hide biography parts and photos. In this way, it becomes quite difficult to find the account in question in the search section.

Clubhouse representative randomly that there will be no loss of followers underlines. Besides, stored where all information can be retrieved, it is also stated that this is done for user safety only. According to the statements made again, in the accounts in question -as it is made for user security- nickname is also available.

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In such cases, social media platforms raising awareness is undeniably valuable. As an example of this situation, the famous actress the other day Angeline Jolie’s We shared with you that he opened an Instagram account to make his voice heard on Afghanistan. Many famous names are trying to announce the situation in Afghanistan to the world with similar movements.

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