Influencers Are Falling Ill After Mistaking Toxic Waste Dump For Gorgeous Blue Lake

It’s Darwin Awards time again! This edition comes from the beautiful region of Galicia in the northwest of Spain, where the Instagram generation have recently discovered a spectacular azure lake; one that makes a perfect background for showing off their figure. Image credits: Image credits: One influencer who entered the toxic water suffered an allergic reaction for two weeks, telling a Image credits: Euronews. Image credits: Image credits: Image credits: Image credits: Image credits: “If they take a bath in a timely manner, the most likely consequences are ocular and irritative problems, irritation of the ocular mucous membranes and skin irritations,” he said. jennisuarez4 myblueberrynightsblog “If it is a prolonged bathing session and they accidentally drink some water, people can experience …

Instagram will let you appeal post takedowns

Instagram isn’t just pretty pictures. It now also harbors bullying, misinformation and controversial self-expression content. So today Instagram is announcing a bevvy of safety updates to protect users and give them more of a voice. Most significantly, Instagram will now let users appeal the company’s decision to take down one of their posts. A new in-app interface (rolling out starting today) over the next few months will let users “get a second opinion on the post,” says Instagram’s head of policy, Karina Newton. A different Facebook moderator will review the post, and restore its visibility if it was wrongly removed, and they’ll inform users of their conclusion either way. Instagram always let users appeal account suspensions, but now someone can …