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Facebook Knows Instagram Is Toxic for Teen Girls, Company Documents Show

“They came to the conclusion that some of the problems were specific to Instagram, and not social media more broadly. That is especially true concerning so-called social comparison, which is when people assess their own value in relation to the attractiveness, wealth and success of others. “Social comparison is worse on Instagram,” states Facebook’s deep dive into teen girl body-image issues in 2020, noting that TikTok, a short-video app, is grounded in performance, while users on Snapchat, a rival photo and video-sharing app, are sheltered by jokey filters that “keep the focus on the face.” In contrast, Instagram focuses heavily on the body and lifestyle.”

Source : Facebook Knows Instagram Is Toxic for Teen Girls, Company Documents Show – WSJ

“Starting today, we’re expanding our test of private like counts globally. If you’re in the test, you’ll no longer see the total number of likes and views on photos and videos posted to Feed unless they’re your own.”

“Un surnom a été donné au fait de se penser imparfait ou imparfaite à cause de filtres. C’est la « dysmorphie Snapchat ». On accuse les filtres de renforcer la pression notamment sur les femmes. Des chirurgiens racontent que de plus en plus d’utilisatrices de réseaux sociaux demandent à se faire opérer pour ressembler à la version « filtrée ». On ignore encore si des filtres vus comme « embellissants » comme celui (très populaire) de l’influenceuse Kylie Jenner seront concernés.”

Source : Instagram a banni les filtres effet « chirurgie esthétique » – Société – Numerama

“La photo de l’œuf est apparue le 4 janvier sur un compte au nom explicite (world_record_egg – « l’œuf record du monde »), ne contenant que cette photo, avec un message incitant les internautes à aimer l’image afin de battre le précédent record. L’identité de la personne ayant créé ce compte reste inconnue. Elle a pris soin de « taguer » une dizaine de comptes influents pour attirer leur attention, comme le youtubeur PewDiePie ou la chaîne CNN”

Source : Un œuf devient l’image la plus populaire d’Instagram

Publiée par Mark Zuckerberg sur Mercredi 12 septembre 2018

“One advantage Facebook has is that we have a principle that you must use your real identity. This means we have a clear notion of what’s an authentic account. This is harder with services like Instagram, WhatsApp, Twitter, YouTube, iMessage, or any other service where you don’t need to provide your real identity. So if the content shared doesn’t violate any policy, which is often the case, and you have no clear notion of what constitutes a fake account, that makes enforcement significantly harder. Fortunately, our systems are shared, so when we find bad actors on Facebook, we can also remove accounts linked to them on Instagram and WhatsApp as well”.

“We know that as a parent it may be hard to understand the changing digital landscape and what your kids are doing online. That’s why we’ve created this resource. We’re here to fill you in on what Instagram is all about, give you some conversation starters for you and your teen, and show you some of the tools that are in place to keep your teen safe. You can also download a copy of our Parent’s Guide”.

Source : Instagram Well-Being

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