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#deepweb | Instagram now supports dark mode on iOS 13 — here’s how to enable it

Source: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans

Welcome to TNW Basics, a collection of tips, guides, and advice on how to easily get the most out of your gadgets, apps, and other stuff.

Instagram has joined the dark side. Well, not really, sort of. The Facebook-owned social media platform has updated its app for iOS 13 with support for dark mode.

The setting is an extension of iOS‘ system-wide dark mode, and Instagram has basically revamped its UI to match the theme.

In case you haven’t already caught a glimpse, here’s what it looks like:

No surprises there, it’s the standard combo of black and grey, mixed with white text and icon layouts.

How to turn on dark mode

To get the dark look, you’ll need to enable iOS 13‘s own dark mode. That seems to be the only way for now, since Instagram has yet to include a native switch in its app.

Anyways, here are the steps you need to follow:

  • Pull the control center on your iPhone
  • Long-press on the brightness indicator
  • Select dark mode from the toggle options below to enable it
  • Boom! You’re done

Alternatively, you can ask Siri to enable dark mode by uttering the magic phrase “Hey Siri, turn on/off the dark mode.”

A third way to do it is by going to Settings > Display & Brightness, and then tapping on the “Dark” theme option. As easy as that.

Once you’ve used any of these three approaches, Instagram will automatically switch to dark mode too.

Unfortunately, Instagram‘s dark mode is currently exclusively available on iOS. Don’t fret, though: it seems that the Facebook subsidiary is testing the feature on Android, so chances are it’ll make its way to Google’s operating system soon.

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Instagram Hackers Selling 6 Million Victims’ Phone Numbers

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The size of the Instagram hack reached over 6 million users, as hackers are doing a brisk business charging $10 per individual for contact information on a searchable data base. There are numerous hackers on the dark web that advertise they will guess passwords to access social media accounts for…

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Hackers exploited an Instagram bug to get celebrity phone numbers and email addresses

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An Instagram bug allowed hackers to access contact phone numbers and email addresses for high-profile users, the company said today. The bug was discovered recently in Instagram’s application programming interface, or API, which the service uses to communicate with other apps. Instagram declined to specify which users had been targeted,…

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YouTube and Instagram Stars Explain How to Protect Your Kids from Online Bullying

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Olivia Wilde And Jason Sudeikis Welcome Baby Girl With Instagram Too Cute For Words

Olivia Wilde announced the arrival of her second child with actor Jason Sudeikis on Saturday. According to an Instagram so adorable you might consider procreating, their family’s newest addition is a baby girl named Daisy. 

Wilde actually gave birth four days prior, on Tuesday, Oct. 11, People magazine reports, but kept the surprise until the weekend.

This couple previously welcomed now 2-year-old Otis Alexander in 2014. 

“There goes the neighborhood. Daisy Josephine Sudeikis. Born, like a boss, on#internationaldayofthegirl. ❤️,” Wilde captioned the sweet photo of Daisy in a green onesie. 

Should You Give Your Kid Snapchat or Instagram?

Parents are constantly asking me about their kids and their social media participation. Among other things, they want to know what app or site they should start their child on.  I could recommend some that are specifically designed for young eyes and ears, but those aren’t as popular as the ones that the mass of humanity have embraced.  If your child has a phone, it’s likely that they really want to be on Snapchat or Instagram. Those are by far the most popular right now, with Facebook and Twitter losing traction at least among adolescents. And if you had the choice to give your child access to one or the other – perhaps to get their proverbial feet wet with the whole “social media” experience – I strongly believe it should be….

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Deputies: Teen Threatened School Shooting In Instagram Post

CLERMONT, Fla. (CBSMiami/AP) —  A teen is facing charges after making threats of a school shooting on Instagram, authorities said.

Authorities said the post depicted a boy with two handguns threatening a shooting at a Lake County high school.

Multiple media outlets report that a 14-year-old Clermont boy posted the photo on Instagram on Monday night, along with a caption that said he would be “shooting up” Groveland’s South Lake High School. Deputies say another student saw the post and alerted officials.

Authorities say the boy in the picture is not the local teenager, but instead an Ohio boy who was charged in a shooting.

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Cyber Bullying in Murfreesboro via Instagram

lake_drown_instagramCyber Bullying continues to be a problem for area youth. Most recently, the mother of a child in Murfreesboro had to call police after the cyber bullying got so bad on Instagram for her daughter.

The fictitious account was made using pictures of the intended victim and the child’s name. One post suggested that creator of the count wished the child was dead.

No arrests have been made and the case is under investigation in Murfreesboro.

Past police reports obtained by WGNS showed that other teens have been verbally attacked on FaceBook.

Note: No names or ages are being released to protect the identity of the child.

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