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The tables turned big time on a supposed software developer posting under the identity “Tee Medlin” on Friday after he sent an Instagram post accusing Microsoft senior cloud developer advocate Chloe Condon of stalking him at a conference—something that never occurred—and other social media users quickly discovered that much of Medlin’s online persona reeks of plagiarism and fakery.

It happens to everybody on Instagram. You follow some cute animal account and strap in for some 100 Per cent Adorable Doggo Content™, but pretty soon the animal is trying to sell you everything from t-shirts to toothbrushes. Sponsorships make the Instagram world go round. So it’s reasonable to ask: When is this stupid Instagram-famous egg going to sell me some shit?

For many of us, the holiday season is a time for stress and anxiety more than merriment and joy. Between the holiday parties, Secret Santas, and familial obligations...there’s just so much to take care of, not enough time to do it all, and you’re meant to skip through it all with a song in your heart and a smile on your face. Deep inside, though, what you want to do it scream.

It's been quite a year for Mark Zuckerberg and his friends at Facebook. You might even say that 2018 has been the single worst year in the company's history. But you wouldn't know it by reading "Facebook's 2018 Year in Review." The annual blog post leaves one with the impression that Facebook's involvement in global events was nothing short of heart-warming. In truth, it was not.

Earlier this year Instagram introduced a Download Your Data tool - a service that was released quite soon after Europe's General Data Protection Regulation was brought in. As the name suggests, it allows users to download all of the information that Instagram has on them.

Ironically, the privacy-related tool has accidentally revealed the passwords of some Instagram users.

Instagram has pulled from its platform a post by former Breitbart tech editor Milo Yiannopoulos that seemingly praised the apparent pipe bombs sent this week to a number of top Democrats—including former President Barack Obama and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton—as well as CNN. The post, shared Thursday, said it was “sad” that the suspected explosive devices did not go off and that the Daily Beast hadn’t received one.