Instagram, owned by Google, Apple and Facebook, enable the illegal online slave market by providing and approving applications used to buy and sell Gulf domestic workers.
BBC News Arabic's secret cover investigation reveals app users in Kuwait to violate local and international modern slavery laws, including a woman offering a child for sale.
The discovery of Fatah in Kuwait City, its rescue and travel back to Guinea, West Africa, is the basis of this investigation into
After being notified of the problem, Facebook stated that it had banned one of the participants hashtags and has downloaded 703 Instagram accounts.
Google and Apple have said they are working with application developers to prevent illegal activity.