With the options introduced Tuesday, people can now either further limit sensitive content or allow more of it to surface. A spokesperson suggests to The Verge that some users could even see a bump in discoverability because of this change if people opt into allowing more sensitive content on their Explore page. The change will have “no impact” on what users see in their feed or in Stories, “where we will continue showing them posts from people they follow,” the spokesperson said. Sensitive content is defined by Instagram in its “ Recommendation Guidelines ,” which only pertains to content that is recommended in places like Explore and IGTV Discover and is much broader than its “Community Guidelines.” Content that is considered sensitive is still allowed on the app, as opposed to content that violates its Community Guidelines, but Instagram might surface it less frequently, particularly for users who set their sensitivity limits to the lowest level. A spokesperson didn’t offer specifics around how much sensitive content users could expect to see in their Explore page at any of the three available settings. A post shared by C&G Holsters (@candgarms) Miner points out, however, that regardless of the filter, bucketing all sensitive content under one broad phrase is the bigger issue. His work often shows nudity, for example, which, if sexually explicit or suggestive, is considered sensitive by Instagram, but he says some people might be okay with nude art while also not wanting to see content that depicts violence, which also falls under sensitive content.https://www.theverge.com/2021/7/23/22590188/instagram-sensitive-content-filter-creator-post
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3 young people charged with murder in drive-by shooting of Jacksonville man 3 charged in Aug. 8 murder on Milner Street (Jacksonville Sheriff's Office booking photos) JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – Police announced Monday that two young men and a woman are charged with murder and attempted armed robbery in connection with the deadly shooting of a man on Aug. 8, 2020, on Jacksonville’s Eastside. Police responding to the 1500 block of Milnor Street, near East 4th Street, at 1:26 a.m. that morning found a 19-year-old man shot in a car . He was taken to a hospital where he died. The Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office no longer provides the identity of crime victims. Homicide investigators identified and obtained arrest warrants for three suspects: Judah Randall, 21, Ki’nya Walters, 20, and Kaleb Howard, 18. Copyright 2021 by WJXT News4Jax - All rights reserved.https://www.news4jax.com/news/local/2021/11/08/3-young-people-charged-with-murder-in-drive-by-shooting-of-jacksonville-man/
(Photo: Andy Morrison, The Detroit News) Hughes’ son, Jon, who built the track, trains the cyclists, and wi be the announcer at the championship, said the Detroit racers have a clear shot at the titles, cash prizes and recognition in at least a few of the several dozen races over the weekend. "All of them have shown dedication and a real drive to really get better, and they trying to take it to that next level," said Jon Hughes. "Also, they've gotten really fast." Cyclists describe the races like a chance for a relaxing ride instead of a high-intensity, Olympic sport, discontinued in 2012 but reinstated in 2020. “You go into this state of mind where you don’t have to worry about anything,” said Brendan Leary, 17, of Detroit. “It’s like therapy.” Leary, the second of 10 children, started track cycling two years ago at a summer camp at the Velodrome after his mother made him go. Hesitant at first, in a short two years he has decided that track cycling is the career he wants, with aspirations to travel internationally to do it. De’Jon Parks, also 17, wants to travel for cycling too, and has a specific goal: he wants to go wherever the Olympics are. Racers round the tack during practice at the Lexus Velodrome on Tuesday. (Photo: Andy Morrison, The Detroit News) Parks said joining the Velodrome helped him become a better student, because he knew that if his schooling did not improve, he would not be allowed to continue doing the sport he loves. “It keeps me out of the house, it keeps me focused,” he said.https://www.detroitnews.com/story/sports/2021/11/11/cyclists-gear-up-national-track-racing-title-detroit/6299831001/