After having dealt with #curvy in the worst way possible, Instagram has done the same thing to the hashtag that came in place of that one – #goddess. Why does Instagram censor hashtags so frequently? The terms and conditions state it clearly.
Abou Diouf (@aboudiouf1993) has documented his voyage from Senegal to Spain on his Instagram account, posting pics that showed him crossing borders, fleeing from the police and arriving to a Spanish beach. The Huffington Post UK told us about it, but it said beforehand that the story hadn’t been confirmed to be real. What was the truth behind it?
Rubén Espinosa was a Mexican photographer and photojournalist whose work helped denounce crime in Mexico, especially in the State of Veracruz, the toughest one for journalists and information professionals. His Instagram account serves as a living tribute to social justice in his country and as a reminder that, if we can, we must oppose to injustice.
Discretion is a very important feature of a lot of acts, and in many occasions it must be scrupulously observed. There are some actions that are good but may seem bad for some people, so one must keep them covered, unveiled. Even help can be covered, and you could benefit from it without saying anything. That’s why Insta4Likes exists.
Very little is known about North Korea in the Western World. Apart from its ubiquitous dictator Kim Jong-Un and from the fact that it has one the toughest dictatorships in the world, we don’t normally have a picture of North Koreans and their land. But that has changed, thanks to Instagram.