Instagram Stories now allowing longer videos by splitting them into segments

Following the rise of Snapchat, nearly every social media and messaging app introduced ways to share snippets of your day. These often include videos which are typically limited to a predetermined time limit and expire after 24 hours. Instagram Stories were previously restricted to 15-second clips and clips longer than this duration would be trimmed before sharing, but the company appears to be tweaking this cap.

As shown in the video, posting more than 15 seconds of footage now creates different segments of video. Read MoreInstagram Stories now allowing longer videos by splitting them into segments was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

Twitter unveils new policy on dehumanizing speech, seeks feedback from users

They say you should always start with a joke, and boy did Twitter have a real knee-slapper at the beginning of its latest blog post: “The Twitter Rules apply to everyone who uses Twitter.” Haha. With the joke out of the way, Twitter explains that it has developed a new comprehensive policy on dehumanizing speech. It’s also asking for feedback from all of us on the new policy.

Here’s the new policy, as well as what Twitter considers to be “dehumanizing.”

Twitter’s Dehumanization Policy
You may not dehumanize anyone based on membership in an identifiable group, as this speech can lead to offline harm. Read MoreTwitter unveils new policy on dehumanizing speech, seeks feedback from users was written by the awesome team at Android Police.