Instagram followers

Instagram quickly outgrew its initial impression as a fun app for youths and has become a significant content promoting, selling, networking and audience building tool for individuals and brands. It’s one of the foremost popular social networking sites on the world, with over 900 million active monthly members sharing 90 million pictures and billions likes per day.
If you’re among users of Instagram, then you probably noticed that some owners of accounts brag about the amount of followers they have or seek for the way to increase it. You may also notice that dozens or even hundreds of thousands of people subscribe for totally unremarkable pages.

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The Chinese video-sharing app, TikTok recently caused many accidents, some of them leading to deaths

There are various reasons as to why Madras high court is trying to ban the most famous Chinese video-sharing app, TikTok in India.
The main reason being, kids who are followers of the famous app are vulnerable to pornography. That’s not all. Within the recent past, there have been several cases where people have hurt themselves very seriously whereas creating videos for TikTok. Some of these serious injuries even resulted in deaths.

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TikTok “Here’s the tea” meme

If the young woman above has been haunting your dreams, you may be a TikTok user.

This is Sammie Lewis, an 18-year-old student from Washington state and mastermind of the “here’s the motherfucking tea” meme.
It all started with this TikTok Lewis posted a little while ago titled “ tea 4 u.”
Most of the video is Lewis ranting about a guy she knew.

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Facebook to reveal News Feed algorithmic program secrets

Facebook is launching a brand new feature that explains how its algorithms decide what to show in your News Feed.
A new “Why am I seeing this post?” button will indicate what activity influenced Facebook’s algorithms.
It is the first time the corporate has given individuals access to this insight directly in its app and on the website.

Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and others have been criticized for using algorithms to recommend content without explaining to users how they work.
Facebook told the BBC the new feature was available for some users within the Great Britain nowadays. It’ll roll out fully by 2 may.

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