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Selena Gomez: Instagram ‘would make me depressed’

Selena Gomez: Instagram ‘would make me depressed’

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Selena Gomez says she deleted Instagram from her phone because it made her feel "depressed".Speaking ahead of the release of her new film, she said social media negatively affected her self-esteem.The 26-year-old told Kelly Ripa and Ryan Seacrest, "it would make me feel not good about myself, and look at my body differently".The singer added that despite having more than 152m Instagram followers, she doesn't go on it much. "I used to use it a lot but I think it's become really unhealthy for young people, including myself, to spend all of their time fixating on all of these comments and letting this stuff in," she says.Her comments come after she told audiences at Cannes Film Festival last month t...
Facebook lets deepfake Zuckerberg video stay on Instagram

Facebook lets deepfake Zuckerberg video stay on Instagram

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Facebook has said it will not remove a manipulated video of its chief Mark Zuckerberg from Instagram, in which he appears to credit a secretive organisation for his success.The clip is a "deepfake", made by AI software that uses photos of a person to create a video of them in action.Facebook had previously been criticised for not removing a doctored clip of US House Speaker Nancy Pelosi.The latest decision coincided with the announcement of 500 new jobs in London.The social network has said many of the posts will be involved in building machine-learning based software of its own to automatically detect and remove malicious content posted to its platforms.In addition, they will build tools to help human workers review potentially ...
Caroline Flack reveals she LOVES having her toes sucked in racy Instagram video

Caroline Flack reveals she LOVES having her toes sucked in racy Instagram video

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The Love Island host hasn’t held back when it came to the intimate details of her sex life in her latest Instagram post.Appearing to be all laughs, Caroline Flack couldn’t control herself as her fans were asking private questions.The 39-year-old opened up a Q&A on her Instagram story as she urged her 1.9million followers to ask her things.What started as fans digging for Love Island information soon turned into a very sexual conversation, with her followers trying to get intel on her love life. “Oooh. I actually do”Caroline FlackOne of the questions popped up and asked: "Do you like [having] your toes sucked?," and Caroline was briefly left shocked.Appearing to debate whether or not to answer, she smiled and shrugged her shoulders, before chirping: "Oooh. I actually do."However, despit
Demi Rose celebrates 9 million Instagram followers with HOTTEST snap yet

Demi Rose celebrates 9 million Instagram followers with HOTTEST snap yet

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Instagram model Demi Rose Mawby has become a worldwide internet sensation - recently boasting nine million followers on the photo sharing platform.The British stunner from Birmingham has built the impressive following by sharing sizzling snaps of her curvy frame.Pictured across the world, the former girlfriend of Kylie Jenner’s former beau Tyga started out as a lingerie model after she moved to the US.According to the website FinApp, she has a net worth of $ 2 million dollars (£1.6 million), as of 2018.And Demi has proved she isn’t slowing down anytime soon as the babe celebrated hitting another milestone on Instagram.Taking to her official stories, she wrote: “Nine million! Thank you guys so much for choosing to follow me and for always supporting me.“I love you! I could only wish to insp
Instagram blocks vaccine hoax hashtags

Instagram blocks vaccine hoax hashtags

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Instagram says it will block hashtags being used to spread "verifiably false" information about vaccinations.The social network already blocks hashtags that are themselves false claims, such as #vaccinescauseautism.It says it will now block more general hashtags that are being used to spread lies by so-called anti-vaxxers. However, several anti-vaccine topics and accounts spreading misinformation and hoaxes are still active on Instagram.Hoaxes not hoaxersInstagram told the BBC it will not take action against people or accounts who identify themselves as anti-vaxxers. However, it will work to limit the spread of provably false claims because these have real-world harmful effects on the public.It said it relied on global authorities such as the World Health...