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Is Kim Kardashian losing her social media crown as fans unfollow her in aftermath of photoshop backlash? - The Sun

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Is Kim Kardashian losing her social media crown as fans unfollow her in aftermath of photoshop backlash?
The Sun
But she was attacked online as trolls said the snaps of her imperfect behind – displaying some cellulite – were clearly different from airbrushed photos she often posts on social media. Fans were quick to turn on Kim, who “broke the internet” two years ...

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Google Trips travels farther into Features Land - CNET

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Google Trips travels farther into Features Land
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The Android and iOS app -- a kind of personal assistant for traveling and vacations -- has three new features, Google said Wednesday. Unveiled in September, Trips pulls from your Gmail inbox to organize information about your plane tickets and lodging ...
Personalized travel planner Google Trips gets better at handling your reservationsTechCrunch
Google's Trips app is becoming an even better travel companionThe Verge
Google Trips Just Updated to Make Travel Planning Even More ConvenientLifehacker
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Anybody can make a Google Assistant gadget with this new toolkit - The Verge

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Anybody can make a Google Assistant gadget with this new toolkit
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Today, Google is announcing the general availability of the Google Assistant SDK. What that means is that anybody can download and run the Google Assistant on a gadget of their choice — Google says it will run well on Raspberry Pi 3 devices and also ...
What's for dinner? Google Home has five million optionsCNET
Google Home now helps you cook by reading recipes out loudTNW
Cooking with Google Home just got easierTechCrunch
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Social media star NYDoorman gets ÂŁ800 a time to post from celeb events and here's how YOU can too - The Sun

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Social media star NYDoorman gets ÂŁ800 a time to post from celeb events and here's how YOU can too
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Mike initially worked as a media analyst for advertising agencies but packed it all in when he realised he could get paid to party. He's now offering mentoring to social media stars helping them to develop lucrative relationships with brands and in a ...

Horrific Facebook baby killing casts spotlight on social media savagery - Fox News

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Horrific Facebook baby killing casts spotlight on social media savagery
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A 20-year-old man streamed the murder of his 11-month-old daughter on Facebook Live Monday, before committing suicide. Wuttisan Wongtalay filmed the gruesome act on the rooftop of a deserted hotel in Thailand. This is the latest in a string of violent ...
Facebook Live murder-suicide presents larger questions about society, social mediaCoconuts

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Keyword tiering: A systematic way to juggle your AdWords priorities

Columnist Jacob Baadsgaard explains how assigning paid search keywords into different tiers based on performance allows search marketers to quickly make adjustments that can have a huge impact on their business.The post Keyword tiering: A systematic way to juggle your AdWords priorities appeared...

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India bans social media in Kashmir for one month - Telegraph.co.uk

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India bans social media in Kashmir for one month
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Authorities in Indian-controlled Kashmir have banned 22 social media sites including Facebook, WhatsApp and Twitter in an effort to calm tensions in the disputed region. The government said Wednesday that the one-month ban was necessary for public ...
India Bans Social Media Sites to Quell Unrest in KashmirU.S. News & World Report
Facebook, Twitter, other social media banned in KashmirAljazeera.com
The utter uselessness of banning social media in KashmirHindustan Times
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Children want social media sites to protect them from pornography and cyber bullying, NSPCC report warns - Telegraph.co.uk

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Children want social media sites to protect them from pornography and cyber bullying, NSPCC report warns
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Four out of five children want Facebook and other social media sites to protect them from pornography and bullying, an NSPCC report has warned. The charity said that from the 1,696 children and young people surveyed, the majority - 1,380 - felt that ...
80% of children don't feel safe on social media, study findsThe Independent

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Social-media giants can afford to police their platforms — and so they should - The Globe and Mail

Social-media giants can afford to police their platforms — and so they should
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Do social-media providers bear a responsibility to police their own content? Or are their platforms just public spaces and, as such, as blameless as the air into which obscenities are shouted? Long a point of fascination for media nerds everywhere ...

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