Thursday, June 30, 2022
Thursday, June 30, 2022

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Instagram Now Lets You Delete Your Account from the iOS App – CNET

Instagram now lets iOS users delete their account directly from within the app on their Apple devices. If you wanted to delete your Instagram account before, you had to do it from a desktop or mobile web browser. "We want to give people more ways to control their experience and time spent on Instagram," a spokesperson from Meta, Instagram's parent company, told CNET.Here's how to delete your account from within the iOS app.1. Open Instagram on your iOS device and log into your account.2. Tap your profile icon in the bottom right-hand corner of your screen.3. Tap the hamburger icon in the top right-hand corner of your screen.4. Tap Settings. 5. Tap Account.6. Tap Delete account.7. The next screen will ask if you want to deactivate or delete your account with a warning that deactivating your account is temporary, but deleting it is permanent. Tap Delete account.Instagram warns users that deleting your account is permanent. Screenshot by Zach McAuliffe/CNET Instagram won't immediately delete your account, though. If you change your mind, you have 30 days to stop the deletion.Before, you could deactivate your account from the iOS app, but your data was still on Instagram's servers. Now, if you choose to delete your…

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Will Middlebrooks ignites feud with Instagram user alleged to be MLB umpire

Will Middlebrooks is fed up with MLB’s umpiring, and the former Red Sox third baseman believes he knows a remedy.  In the wake of Doug Eddings missing a season-worst 29 ball/strike calls in a game between the White Sox and Blue Jays, Middlebrooks offered a proposal in hopes of preventing similar performances.  Will Middlebrooks argues with umpires during Game 3 of the 2013 World Series.MLB via Getty Images “The umpires, they’re protected by their union,” Middlebrooks said on his “Wake and Rake” podcast. “They don’t have to answer to anybody. There’s zero accountability. If baseball players suck, they get sent to Triple-A. (Eddings) gets absolutely nothing. Doesn’t even have to answer to media — nobody — about how bad he sucked. That’s a problem. That’s not going to help them be better because it doesn’t matter. There’s no incentive to get better.  “… Give the best umpires more money. Give the best umpires more opportunities. Then, maybe guys will try to be better and not be so lackadaisical. It is a very hard job, but why does everyone else in the world have access to see if it’s a ball or a strike except for the one guy who needs…

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My life looks nothing like my Instagram and neither does yours – The Daily Wildcat

Recently, I have been dissecting and pondering a compliment I receive sometimes: that I have a nice Instagram. I’ve been given this compliment more times than I can say, and my friends have, too. ”So-and-so has a nice Instagram,” we agree.  We stare into the lives of these girls — because they’re usually girls — through a carefully crafted and filtered lens. We ooh and aah at their perfect social lives, effortlessly beautiful photos and what they had for brunch. We know that so-and-so just loves her sorority sisters and misses her dog that passed away last spring.  We’ve never met so-and-so. But we know they have a nice Instagram. And perhaps while admiring them we begin to loathe ourselves. The beauty of so-and-so is that every single one of us is so-and-so. We all post perfect pictures with an audience of silent admirers who are deceived by the illusion we try to uphold. I look at my Instagram and while I see myself, I also see photos that couldn’t be less linear with both what I look like and what my life looks like 75 percent of the time. MORE FROM THE DAILY WILDCAT I don’t post photos of…

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Instagram Fumbles in Its Moderation of Abortion Content – CNET

What's happening Instagram inadvertently labeled some posts about abortion rights as sensitive content, frustrating users of the popular photo-and-video sharing service. The company blamed the problem on a bug that it said has now been fixed. Why it matters Meta-owned Instagram's content moderation decisions around the topic of abortion have raised questions about whether the service is properly enforcing its rules. Becca Rea-Tucker shared a photo of a pink cake she had baked bearing the message "pro-abortion" in white icing with her 252,000 Instagram followers. As Instagram users started to repost the cake photo, the Texas author and baker learned on Tuesday that Instagram had labeled the photo as "sensitive" for possibly containing "graphic or violent content." Others told Rea-Tucker Instagram had hidden the photo behind a warning and asked them to verify their age."I do think that Instagram's algorithm suppresses accounts like mine that are vocally pro-abortion," she said. "It's really disappointing, but definitely not surprising."Becca Rea-Tucker posted an Instagram story about how the company moderated a photo of a cake with a "pro-abortion" message. Screenshot by Queenie Wong/CNET Rea-Tucker isn't the only Instagram user who thinks the social network, owned by Facebook parent company Meta, is restricting abortion rights…

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Chris Pratt Addresses “F–ked Up” Backlash Over Instagram Message to Wife Katherine … – Yahoo

Chris Pratt was "really f--king bothered" by criticism he received online last year.In November 2021, the Guardians of the Galaxy star penned a lengthy Instagram message dedicated to his wife Katherine Schwarzenegger, which in part, thanked her for their "gorgeous healthy daughter," in reference to the couple's now 22-month-old child, Lyla. Many social media users deemed the actor's words as being insensitive to his ex-wife Anna Faris, as their 9-year-old son, Jack, faced health concerns after he was born seven weeks premature. Fast-forward eight months later, and now Chris is addressing the backlash for the first time. "I said something like, ‘Find someone who looks at you the way my wife looks at me,'" he told Men's Health for their July/August issue. "And then I gave her some s--t in the thing and said, ‘But I love you. I'm so thankful for my wife—she gave me a beautiful, healthy daughter.' And then a bunch of articles came out and said, ‘That's so cringeworthy. I can't believe Chris Pratt would thank her for a healthy daughter when his first child was born premature. That's such a dig at his ex-wife.'"Chris Pratt's Best Press Tour Moments on InstagramChris recalled, "And I'm like,…

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Chris Pratt Addresses Backlash Over Instagram Post to Wife Katherine – E! Online

Chris Pratt Calls Himself "Girl Dad 2.0" After Baby No. 3Chris Pratt was "really f--king bothered" by criticism he received online last year.  In November 2021, the Guardians of the Galaxy star penned a lengthy Instagram message dedicated to his wife Katherine Schwarzenegger, which in part, thanked her for their "gorgeous healthy daughter," in reference to the couple's now 22-month-old child, Lyla. Many social media users deemed the actor's words as being insensitive to his ex-wife Anna Faris, as their 9-year-old son, Jack, faced health concerns after he was born seven weeks premature. Fast-forward eight months later, and now Chris is addressing the backlash for the first time. "I said something like, ‘Find someone who looks at you the way my wife looks at me,'" he told Men's Health for their July/August issue. "And then I gave her some s--t in the thing and said, ‘But I love you. I'm so thankful for my wife—she gave me a beautiful, healthy daughter.' And then a bunch of articles came out and said, ‘That's so cringeworthy. I can't believe Chris Pratt would thank her for a healthy daughter when his first child was born premature. That's such a dig at his ex-wife.'"Chris recalled, "And I'm like, That is…

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Jessi holds an Instagram live to voice her support for Sunmi taking over 'Showterview' as the …

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Is Damian Lillard's Instagram post a not-so-subtle hint at Kyrie Irving trade rumors?

Kevin Durant, Brooklyn Nets, Damian Lillard, Portland Trail Blazers, Team USA. (Photo by THOMAS COEX/AFP via Getty Images) Damian Lillard posted a photo of himself and Kevin Durant, who was wearing a Portland Trail Blazers uniform, on his Instagram Story. The NBA world is waiting to see what will happen with the Brooklyn Nets and Kyrie Irving. The two sides are reportedly at an impasse on a new contract, and Irving has a list of teams he would like the Nets to consider in potential sign-and-trade deals. Then, The Athletic’s Shams Charania reported that Kevin Durant is monitoring the Nets’ situation and is considering options with his future.That has many wondering what is next for the Nets and Durant.Damian Lillard posted a photo on his Instagram Story of himself and Durant, wearing Portland Trail Blazers uniforms.Damian Lillard posts photo of Kevin Durant in Trail Blazers uniformTrail Blazers center Jusuf Nurkic shared Lillard’s photo and posted it to his Twitter account with the caption being an emoji of a puzzle piece.Does this actually mean anything? Who knows. But it sure is going to get Nets and Trail Blazers fans riled up.The Trail Blazers are coming off of a down season, due in…

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'The Bachelorette': How to Follow Gabby & Rachel's Contestants on Instagram – TV Insider

The Bachelorette Season 19 is changing the game forever. For the time ever, two women will lead the reality dating series. Gabby Windey and Rachel Recchia‘s search for love begins Monday, July 11 on ABC, and 32 men will be vying for their attention. Jesse Palmer returns to host The Bachelorette after meeting Gabby and Rachel during Season 26 of The Bachelor with Clayton Echard, which Bachelor Nation recalls as one of the most heartbreaking endings in the show’s run. Gabby, Rachel, and Susie were all thrown for a loop when Clayton declared his love for all three of them and had sex with both Gabby and Rachel in the Fantasy Suites. This revelation made Susie leave, and then Clayton introduced the now leading ladies to his family. But he eventually got Susie to come back and later broke up with Gabby and Rachel simultaneously in a hotel room. Clayton ended up with Susie in the end, but Gabby and Rachel got to have their final say in a dramatic After the Final Rose ceremony. With two leads this season, some fans are concerned Gabby and Rachel will be pitted against each other. Hopefully, that’s not the case. But below,…

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Dua Lipa sued for posting paparazzi photo on Instagram | Music | starexponent.com

The New Rules singer is being sued for copyright infringement by New York-based photographer Robert Barbera for posting photos he took of her in July 2018 on the social media platform without permission. "Without permission or authorization from Plaintiff, Defendant volitionally selected, copied, stored and displayed each of Plaintiff's copyright protected Photographs," reads the complaint, filed in the U.S. District Court in California. According to Billboard, Barbera claims that the pop star financially benefitted from sharing his copyrighted photos and harmed the "potential market" for them.

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