Miley Cyrus finds herself surrounded by a fake gumball machine, hot dog, piece of pizza, and more in a new Instagram selfie she posted on Thursday evening (December 25). The 22-year-old singer got all the goodies for Christmas from her parents who also got her a pair of vintage Moschino earrings. PHOTOS: Check out the [...]
A New Jersey court rules that police can go undercover to snoop on private Instagram profiles. While the great Instagram Rapture of 2014 zapped millions of fake accounts, the photo-sharing service won't soon be rid of bogus friend requests. Show More Summary
According to a recent opinion passed down by district court judge William Martini in New Jersey, it is 100 percent legal for a police officer to create a fake Instagram account, friend you, and use evidence found in your Instagram feed against you, should you get yourself into the kind of mess that requires such an investigation. Show More Summary
A New Jersey judge denied an accused jewel thief's request to throw out Instagram evidence.
In October this year, a case came under legal scrutiny when DEA agent created a fake Facebook account on Sondra Prince, even using photos of her and her young son and niece to create the digital forgery. Facebook denounced the action as a serious breach of its terms and policies. But Instagram, it seems, is a different matter. Read more...
Many would argue that cops cross the line when they impersonate people on social networks to catch suspects, but that doesn't mean that fake accounts are always off the table. In a recent opinion, New Jersey district judge William Martini contends th...
"No…warrant is required for the consensual sharing of this type of information."
Instagram went all Noah’s Flood on its subscribers on Thursday, when the photo sharing app purged millions of spam and fake accounts from the social network platform. After Instagram — who scored the highest follower count loss (18.9 million, 29%) — Justin Bieber had the second biggest hit. Show More Summary
Who knew there was so much spam out there?! Answer: Instagram knew. So, yesterday the company deleted all of the fake and inactive accounts registered with them, which means celebs lost millions of followers! Ariana Grande's account is now minus 1.5 million people, and Kim Kardashian is down 1.3 million dolls! But, she's now officially dethroned Justin [...]
Kim Kardashian has lost more than a million Instagram followers in the social application's purge of fake users this week, but still emerged with a new title: Instagram's most followed celebrity ever! By actual human users, no less! In...Show More Summary
Instagram has revealed “corrections” in the number of people following many users, after announcing last week it had removed a significant number of fake accounts from the Facebook-owned photo-sharing service.
You've got to clear out the crap in your life if you want to have room for prosperity. That's just good feng shui! And look how well it's worked out for Instagram. More than 18.9 million fake users vanished from the photo-sharing service between Wednesday and Thursday as Instagram actively deleted spambots, the New York Times reports. Show More Summary
Instagram eliminates millions of fake accounts in a matter of hours
One of the more entertaining stories of the day has to do with the crackdown by Instagram to purge millions of fake users, in the process exposing "celebrities" who were such only thanks to the excessive purchasing of followers, butShow More Summary
Following Instagram’s recent purge of fake accounts, Kim Kardashian has officially become the most-followed person on the popular social media network overtaking Justin Bieber. The change in place comes as a result of 3.8 million spam… The post Kim Kardashian Overtakes Justin Bieber to Become Most-Followed Person on Instagram appeared first on Highsnobiety.
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Instagram has made good on its promise to start purging inactive, fake and spam accounts this December, and it's doing such a great job that users are calling it "Instagram Rapture" or "Instapurge." Celebrities ended up losing a big chunk of their fo...
The photo and video sharing service is deleting fake and spam accounts, resulting in sharp drops in the number of followers listed for top celebrities and brands.