Social audio app Clubhouse has removed the personal information of its users in Afghanistan as a safety measure.

The platform reset tens of thousands of its Afghan users’ bios and photos and made their accounts more difficult to discover in search.

A spokesperson for Clubhouse said the actions didn’t affect the users’ followers, and all of the changes can be reversed if a user prefers.

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Recently, the social media giant Facebook has launched a one-click tool for people in Afghanistan to quickly lock down their accounts, as the Taliban has regained control of the war-torn country.

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