Clubhouse removes personal details from Afghan users' accounts, resets bio and photo

Clubhouse removes personal details from Afghan users’ accounts, resets bio and photo

Facebook has also launched a one-click tool for people in Afghanistan to quickly close their accounts, as the Taliban regain control of the war-torn country.

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Popular audio chat app Clubhouse has removed some personal details from its users in Afghanistan as a security measure. In the Taliban-ruled country, the online platform has reset the bios and photos of thousands of its users. Which has made it even more difficult to find their accounts.

A spokesperson for Clubhouse told The Verge, “Activities have not affected users’ followers and all changes are subject to change if a user prefers.” As the Taliban took control of Kabul, people across the country are removing photos from their mobile phones and social media accounts for fear of a backlash from the Taliban.

Clubhouse is also reminding its Afghan users that it allows camouflage for human rights or security purposes, the report said. Facebook has also launched a one-click tool for people in Afghanistan to quickly close their accounts, as the Taliban seize control of the war-torn country.

This safety is available on profile lock

Facebook’s head of security policy, Nathaniel Gleicher, said when their profile is locked, people who aren’t their friends can’t download or share their profile photos or view posts on their timelines.

Amid the chaotic situation in Afghanistan following the Taliban takeover, social media platforms such as Facebook, Twitter and YouTube are facing intense scrutiny for the reconciliation of Taliban accounts, as they would be asked to provide access to official accounts to the Taliban.

Clubhouse launching messaging system Backchannel

Let us tell you that Clubhouse is launching its messaging system Backchannel for both iOS and Android users. The company said that the backchannel has both 1:1 and group chats and an optional second inbox for message requests. If you are a listener, you can use Backchannel to chat with your co-hosts, the company said in a statement. Can plan what questions to ask next or who to draw from the audience.

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