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# Privacy
Instagram launches private photo messaging service
Instagram Direct allows users to send photos and videos to up to 15 people at a time.
# removed
Facebook removes controversial beheading video following controversy
However, Facebook was adamant last night that it did not reverse or change any policies as a result of the controversy.
# graphic content
Facebook criticised for 'irresponsibility' after decision to allow decapitation videos
Such clips were banned back in May, but the firm says it’s now altered it policy again and that people are sharing violent videos “to condemn” them.
# cake face
Babies eat cake better than adults and here's the proof
Why did we ever stop shoving cake into our faces with wild abandon?
# mighty vine
Here's what you're missing if you're not on Vine
The video sharing app just hit 40 million users.
# trolley doggy
WATCH: Dog takes puppy on impressive and adorable journey
They just take that trolley and go.
# tapes 4eva
11 reasons why we really miss tapes
We were mad for the tapes back in the day.
# Instagram
Now you can take videos on Instagram
The company said today that it had a big announcement – so here it is. Will it challenge Vine?
# you do what?
7 things you never knew you wanted to know how to do
Why haven’t you been scrambling eggs in their shells the whole time?
# teen steam
Check out these 90s hotties' embarrassing workout videos
Marky Mark has come a long way.
# pay to view
YouTube reveals new plan to charge for watching some videos
A small number of videos will cost from 99 cent a month for people to subscribe to watch.
# Corgi Glory
16 reasons you should pay more attention to corgis
We need to talk about wonderful corgis are.
12 people who had an unbelievably close call
Prepare to say ARGH.
# best served cold
6 animals who got their revenge in the end
# Boston Marathon
FBI release video and photos in Boston Marathon investigation
The FBI has released video and images of two men as part of a public appeal for information about Monday’s attack which killed three people.
# Boston Marathon
Video captures moment Boston Marathon was rocked by two explosions
Videos show the explosion and its immediate aftermath. Warning: Viewers may find some footage distressing.
# life lessons
14 lessons to teach your children before they're 12
That seagulls can not be trusted, for example.
# cranky kids
6 of the best kids' tantrums of all time
Hair cuts, Miley Cyrus and beauty pageants.
# Smiles for Days
9 things to make you smile on International Happiness Day
If you’re not smiling after this lot then we can do nothing more for you.
# on the hoof
How did yelling goats in pop videos become a thing?
One word: Internet.
# that's gran
7 of the all-time best grannies on the internet
# Memetastic
Everybody's doing the Harlem Shake...even Irish people
It may have jumped the shark.
# memeology
New meme alert! Here’s how to do the Harlem Shake
You will need (a) a helmet (b) friends and (c) a room.
# beginner's guide
A beginner's guide to Vine courtesy of some famous people
Nothing eases you into a new app like advice from Dick Van Dyke
# nineties kids
Are you a child of the 1990s? Here are 26 ways to tell
Best. Decade. Ever.
# Euro 2012
Trap’s Army: an oral history of how Ireland’s fans stole European hearts
Euro 2012 was a disappointment for Ireland on the pitch, but off it, the fans were one of the tournament’s big hits. Ten of them take behind the scenes of the trip of a lifetime.
# home dentistry
5 children who REALLY want to summon the tooth fairy
Do not try this at home. Oh wait, you already did.
# Oops
Russia briefly bans YouTube 'by mistake'
YouTube briefly appeared on the list of banned addresses today – but officials in Russia blamed a technical error.
# french dressing
The YouTube Top 10: Knock off that fog, here comes Linsanity
Vick Ballard’s amazing touchdown, the Saints sing for the FAI Cup and a face punch straight out of the gates of hell.
# Videos
The School Around the Corner is coming back
“They’ve computers now you see….is the school around the corner just the same?”
# Growing pains
6 videos that perfectly sum up a 1980s Irish childhood
Disco dancing, sharp fashions and meeting local politicians. (Warning: Includes a young Brian Cowen)
# you're no jack kennedy
Ahead of Obama vs Romney: Top 5 moments from US presidential debates
Obama and Romney will go head to head for the first time in a presidential debate tonight – but here’s 5 stand-out moments from previous presidential races.
# Pomp and Ceremony
VIDEOS: the highlights of the Olympic Games Opening Ceremony
Didn’t want to sit through three whole hours of British pomp and ceremony (they do it well, though, don’t they)? Here are the main bits.
# YouWho?
Trolls beware: YouTube want you to comment using your real name
Video site YouTube has started asking users to provide their real names when commenting. Some of the reasons they allow you to give for declining prove interesting.
# glorious leader
6 of the strangest videos on North Korea's YouTube channel
Our favourite is the one with around sixty soldiers playing kazoos on a stage.
# Space
In photos: NASA's aeronautical research centre as it was in the 1920s
Langley Research Center was founded in 1917 and later became famous as the site where the first moon landing was planned.
# yes to vhs
Found Footage Festival comes to Ireland
Prepare to cringe at collection of oddest home and corporate video clips. And yes, they are mostly from the 1980s.
# sneak peek
VIDEO: Three-trailer Thursday
Which new movie release is worth the price of a cinema ticket this weekend? Decide for yourself with trailers of these three films, opening in cinemas tomorrow.
# Comedy
Coming back for a new series? Yes, Prime Minister
The classic BBC comedy ended in 1988 but its writers are set to bring the series back to life.
# Acta
Bulgarian minister pushes for delay on ACTA ratification
Bulgaria may join the growing list of EU countries delaying their ratification of the controversial ACTA legislation…