Instagram head Adam Mosseri said it might start hiding likes as it tries "rethinking the whole experience" of the social media site.
Adam Mosseri, who’s the chief of Instagram, doesn’t want the site to be "such a competition".
He also acknowledged that the site doesn’t currently have a policy against deepfakes, after King referred to one featuring Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg.
He told CBS This Morning’s Gayle King the Facebook-owned site is making "wellbeing" a priority.
"One of the ideas we’re currently experimenting with is like counts private, for instance, because we don’t want Instagram to be such a competition," Mosseri said.
He told CBS This Morning's Gayle King the Facebook-owned site is making "wellbeing" a priority.https://t.co/Mbc5VgoB4N— CNET News (@CNETNews) June 26, 2019