Turns out it's complicated, but rarely because someone actively dislikes you.
A white hat hacker who used to help for free is now charging hacked influencers to help them regain access to their accounts.
Many fans of influencers say they aren't bothered by advertising and that 'selling out' doesn't really exist on the platform. But why?
Ads by Katie Price, 'TOWIE' star Lauren Goodger, and 'Love Island' contestant Georgia Harrison were banned this week.
The social media platform has fundamentally altered the way we view and treat death in the 2010s.
The platform is saying goodbye to the feature that allows you to see what other users are doing. Good riddance.
“I manipulate people. I might follow them but wait for them to see my Stories to know I sell.”
We’re still friends, but the rise of the ex-thetic means former partners everywhere are getting erased from the grid.
Accounts like @dykeanotherday, @dykedigital and more are countering the stereotype that gay women only dress in flannel shirts and baggy jeans.
Loom circles and fractal mandalas are just different names for a scam that's rinsing millennials of their money.
Accounts like @h_e_r_s_t_o_r_y, @transmascstudies and more are filling the gaps left in young peoples' knowledge.
Sites like Reddit's Blogsnark are full of "anti-fans", who know all there is to know about their chosen influencer – and don't like any of it one bit.