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Entertainment Cardi B gives Offset an insane pile of cash for his birthday, plus more news

01:00  17 december  2019
01:00  17 december  2019 Source:   wonderwall.com

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On the first day of Christmas, Offset 's true love gave to him half a million dollars for the win? Cardi B 's husband turned 28on Saturday, Dec. She then points to the mostly empty refrigerator. Inside, Offset finds a whole lot of cash . "You don't have to give me this money," he says in the clip, though

Next time it's our birthday , we're asking for Cardi B -kind of presents. The "Money" rapper decided that was the best birthday present she could give her husband, fellow artist Offset , this year. Read More . "You don't have to give me this money," he said back. But Cardi said she already knew that.

Instagram is giving politicians the same free reign to spread misinformation as its parent company Facebook. Instagram is expanding its limited fact checking test in the US from May and will now work with 45 third-party organizations to assess the truthfulness of photo and video content on its app. Material rated as false will be hidden from the Explore and hashtag pages, and labled with an interstitial warning blocking the content elsewhere until users tap again to see the post.

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This goes an important step further than Facebook's early attempts to append warnings on links alongside content but that still let users immediately consume the misinformation. In October Facebook announced it would use a similar interstitial warning system.

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Cardi B gives OFFSET 500k for his bday. She said that she didn't know what to give a person that already has everything. Cardi B gives OFFSET 500k for his bday. CARDI B GIVES OFFSET A PILE OF CASH - Продолжительность: 2:38 Hood Affairs 3 551 просмотр.

Cardi B gave husband Offset half a million dollars for his birthday because she had no idea what Cardi b confirms she married offset . "Everyone's saying you got every car, you got "You could buy a car, you could buy more clothes, you could buy jewelry, you could buy me more Birkin

Instagram will use image matching technology to find additional copies of false content and apply the same label, and do this across Facebook and Instagram content. That could become a talking point for Facebook as it tries to dissuade regulators from breaking up the company and spinning off Instagram. On the other hand, it's a valuable economy of scale for protecting the internet. Breaking up Facebook, Instagram, and WhatsApp might lead to worse enforcement through fragmented resources, though it could lead the apps to compete for the best moderation.

One group that's exempt from the fact checking, though, is politicians. They're original content on Instagram, including ads, will not be sent for fact checks, even if it's blatantly inaccurate. This aligns with Facebook's policy that's received plenty of backlash from critics including TechCrunch who say it could let candidates smear their rivals, stoke polarization, and raise money through lies. Instagram CEO Adam Mosseri has maintained that banning political ads could hurt challenger candidates in need of promotion, and that it would be tough to draw the lines between political and issue ads.

Instagram is luckily less dangerous in this respect because feed posts can't directly link out to websites where politicians could raise money. But verified users can attach links to Stories, and everyone can have one link in the profile. That means false information could still be knowingly weaponized by politicians on the app further their campaigns at the expense of truth...and people's perception that they can believe what they see on Instagram.

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