(Jim Hoft) Tech giants keep pushing the BIG LIE.
(Patty McMurray) Last night, while scrolling through the account of the Antifa/BLM activist John Sullivan, who was part of the Capitol building siege on Wednesday, we came upon a friend of the violent left-wing activist who goes by the name of “lefty_boogy” on Instagram.
(Divya Kishore) Morgan has filed a complaint with the police regarding the site and has informed Instagram about it, but the site is still reportedly live
(Zero Hedge) Thanks to lax oversight and technical loopholes, Instagram allowed one of its vetted advertising partners harvest vast amounts of public user data to create detailed records of users’ physical locations, bios, and photos which were intended to disappear after 24 hours, according to Business Insider.
(Zero Hedge) Facebook and Instagram users around the world reported outages on Wednesday, beginning with reports from south-eastern England and spreading into the United States and South America.
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(John Vibes) A study recently published in the Journal of Family Medicine and Primary Care reported that at least 259 people died taking selfies between October 2011 and November 2017. The study suggests lives could be saved if dangerous areas were declared “no selfie zones,” where visitors are explicitly warned of the risks in the area.
(David Williams) Social media platforms like Facebook and Twitter have been a boon for most people. They allow users to connect with each other while also enjoying access to a number of extra features at the same time. However, not all of them are beneficial. In fact, many of them can be harmful to one’s mental health.