Ramon Abbas, alias Hushpuppi, has been jailed for 11 years for wire fraud, money laundering and identity theft. His friends told VICE World News how they hoped against hope he was legit.
To some, LinkedIn's try-hard nature has become a perfect example of the worst of corporate culture. But the site's influencers say the joke's on everyone else, as they pull in big money with ease. "The only opinion that matters is the market," one said.
Instagram says it’s “looking into” the issue of people being suspended without reason on Monday morning.
“There is nothing I was doing on OnlyFans that I wasn’t doing as a single woman except that I found a way to monetize it.”
What are tweets, or, memes for that matter, if not slogans for future tees? Or what are slogan tees if not physical manifestations of memes?
The developers of The OG App, an Instagram without ads, claim that Meta banned its staff in "extralegal retaliation."
“Are you serious? Me? An 18-year-old girl and fashion blogger?” Veronika Loginova wrote in an Instagram post.
The all-seeing 'Gram algo knows our staff wants knit Cheetos pillows, disco ball decor, and Guy Fieri bumper stickers.
A video decrying mainstream media’s “misinformation” about COVID added some of its own.
Dries Depoorter's "The Follower" project combines AI, open access cameras, and influencers to show behind the scenes of viral shots—without them knowing.
Viewbug hopes to dethrone other photo apps and become a destination for daily photo contests—and 4 million users are on board.