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Instagram users are stepping up to stanch the flow of photos showing a popular teen e-girl's murder as the platform fails to quickly remove the images. As bad actors upload grisly photos showing the teen's slit neck with certain hashtags, some users are working to bury those posts under images of pink clouds and cats wearing flower crowns with those same hashtags and tagging the victim's account. The inventive approach makes it harder to search for pictures of Bianca Devins' dead body. Devins, 17, who used the Instagram handle escty , was allegedly murdered by Brandon Andrew Clark, 21, on Sunday.
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By the time Instagram removed the image of year-old aspiring influencer Bianca Devins's bloodied corpse, it was much too late. The photo was allegedly posted to the Instagram account of Brandon Clark, who has been charged with killing Devins on July Clark has pleaded not guilty to the charge. The photo was up for hours and had already been re-grammed, modified, and turned into memes by bottom-feeding trolls tagging her handle, escty.
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In high school, you will always meet that one girl who stands out. Everybody is drawn to her. She is beautiful in every way, yet she is not intimidating.
Photo editing has become an open secret in the land of social media. The before and after images offered a striking look at what these apps can do with just a few taps of a finger. Rankin told HuffPost he had been noticing people on social media retouching their own photos for the past few years. What was once a tool reserved for celebrities and models in magazines is now available to pretty much anyone with a smartphone.
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