Instagram users scrolling through their feeds Wednesday were stunned, and even irritated, that they kept seeing April Fool’s posts from 2 days prior.
Users were tweeting regarding the fact that the algorithmic rule on Instagram was showing them posts on their feeds out of order and in some cases from days prior. Instagram says that it’s normal for users to see posts that may be a few days old.
“At times, you may see a post from a few days ago in your feed. This is to make sure you don’t miss a post from someone you follow,” the corporate said on its site that explains its newsfeed.
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The company additionally said that all posts from the accounts a user follows will appear on their feed. “When you open Instagram or refresh your feed, the photos and videos we think you care regarding most will appear towards the top of your feed,” said the corporate.
The Madras high court has passed an order to ban the download and use of popular mobile video-sharing app, TikTok.
Sitting at the Madurai Bench, Justices N Kirubakaran and SS Sundar passed an interim order to this impact today, issuing the following directions:
The Government is directed to ban downloading of TikTok Mobile App. The Media is prohibited from broadcasting the videos created using TikTok Mobile App. the government has got to answer whether or not the Union of India will enact a statute, like the Children’s online Privacy Protection Act, enacted by the United States, to prevent the youngsters turning into cyber/online victims.
The Court passed the order after expressing concern that the app hosts inappropriate content, as well as pornography, which is available for access to kids. The Bench has also expressed its consternation that minors are exposed to strangers online through TikTok.
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