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10 Signs You’re Addicted To Instagram

First there was Facebook, then Instagram took over our lives and it seems as if it’s here to stay. The photo sharing app has quickly found its way into our phones and hearts.

Whether it’s checking our Instagram feeds, getting jealous of other peoples’ seemingly perfect lives, or spending way too much time arranging the food on our plates so it looks pretty when snapped, we’re all guilty of taking the app a little bit too serious sometimes.

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If you’re familiar with more than 5 of the following scenarios, I suggest a social media detox for a week or two. Here are 10 signs you’re seriously addicted to Instagram:

1. You can’t remember the last hot meal you had because by the time you’ve snapped the perfect picture of your food, it has cooled down.

2. You use the word “hashtag” to describe situations. #awkies

3. You choose your holiday destinations based on pretty photos you’ve seen on Instagram.

4. Refreshing your Instagram feed is the first thing you do in the morning and the last thing you do at night.

5. You’ve been late because you couldn’t decide which filter to use.

6. You consider getting the perfect selfie after 37 attempts a success.

7. You get angry at your pet because instead of posing next to your cupcake, it ate it.

8. There are always clothes on your dining table because shooting your flatlays is more important than eating.

9. Getting less than 25 likes on a picture makes you seriously doubt yourself.

10. You don’t think this is funny:

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Think Your Snapchats Are Safe? Think Again!

While Jennifer Lawrence, Kim Kardashian and other A-listers have suffered the wrath of hackers leaking their somewhat personal pics online, it seems you don’t have to be rich and famous to become a target.

The Guardian reports today that more than 200,000 images have been stored and ultimately distributed – apparently be the same group behind the celebrity photo leak.

Snapchat allows users to take an image and send it to a friend, or group of friends, and then promptly deletes it once it has been viewed by the receiver/s. But an unrelated site, known as Snapsaved, has prompted the app’s users to save these images where they have been stored on a third party site and later leaked.

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Apparently, the majority of ‘Snaps’ were boring images of puppies, new shoes and a smattering of nude selfies of nobodies or headless figures. So what was the point?

The situation basically highlights once again that nothing is safe, including things that we deem to be of a personal nature, therefore if you don’t want something to be seen maybe don’t broadcast it on the internet or even discreetly send to a friend via a message.

Snapchat’s response was this:

“We can confirm that Snapchat’s servers were never breached and were not the source of these leaks. Snapchatters were victimised by their use of third-party apps to send and receive Snaps, a practice that we explicitly prohibit in our terms of use precisely because they compromise our users’ security.”

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