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There are 135,000 photos tagged “latte” and 201,000 tagged “Instasex.” The hashtag “wet” has nearly twice as many images.

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While the Kik user associated with the account Rate Sexy Insta Pics declined to speak about his (or her) experience with Instagram, he (or she) followed up to ask this reporter if she wanted a “shout.” What’s that? The product's real-time stream of images and the ease with which it can be accessed on smartphones also ensures that users can connect at all hours of the day.The explicit images run afoul of Instagram’s terms of service, which prohibit “nude, partially nude, or sexually suggestive photos.” But while Instagram can ban certain activity, it can’t always police it.Parents, in particular, could have cause for concern: Users as young as 13 years old can create Instagram accounts, and an Instagram username is all that is necessary to tap into the app’s “sextagram” underbelly.Michael Sheehan, author of the High Tech Dad blog, recounted how a friend of his elementary school-aged daughter was contacted by an Instagram user who asked her to chat with her on Kik.In the past year, Instagram has grown from 10 million users to 80 million.

“Instagram has moved from a niche thing to something people have heard about, and that means it has a critical mass.

The Harvard class of 2021 will contain at least ten fewer students, after the university rescinded offers to students who reportedly shared offensive memes.

The memes — which the Harvard Crimson characterized as “sexually explicit” and “messages that sometimes targeted minority groups” — were predominantly sent as private messages in a chat thread born from a Facebook group called “Harvard memes for horny bourgeois teens.” (The meme group was an offshoot of the official Harvard 2021 Facebook group, which the university runs, Harvard disclaims authority over any “unofficial groups” that might pop up as a result.) Memes reportedly included jokes about child abuse, sexual assault, and the Holocaust, and referred to hanging a Mexican child as “piñata time,” the Crimson also reports.

Once they were chatting, the individual “asked to see this child’s privates,” Sheehan wrote.

Once its acquisition of Instagram is complete, Facebook, with its thousands of engineers and billions of dollars, will no doubt help the photo-sharing service curb the pornographic postings.

And it’s a service Facebook paid $1 billion to bring into its fold.