Instagram blocked hashtag in memory of Iran plane crash victims

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Arabnews24.ca:Friday 7 January 2022 08:31 AM: "It was deeply disappointing, there was nothing offensive about the hashtags, but sadly big firms like Facebook [now called Meta and which owns Instagram] are easily deceived by the cyber armies of authoritarian regimes," said association spokesperson Hamed Esmaeilion, who lost both his wife and daughter in the incident.

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