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Snapchat has been forced to take down its 'racist yellow face' filter
The filter gave users slanty eyes and big teeth.
This mam has been documenting all the grim meals that are the reality of parenthood
Real life.
The dog Snapchat filter is hands down the most important Snapchat filter
How long will it last?
Here's how you can prevent awkward Facebook run-ins with your ex
Facebook’s On This Day feature has a few filters you can
How does Facebook decide what to show on your newsfeed?
Filtering through 1,500 stories a day isn’t simple.
Too many photos on your phone? Here's how to filter through them quickly
If the idea of wading through your photos is too much of a task, there are ways to speed things up a little.
Here's how you can remove the clutter in your Facebook News Feed
The site recently announced some changes that will make unfollowing friends and pages easier, but there are other methods that you should take into consideration.
These sunglasses let you see the world through an Instagram-style filter
The makers of Tens uses an “uplifting tint” to give its sunglasses an Instagram-style filtered look.
Oil laundering plants uncovered, "large quantity" of cat litter seized in Monaghan operation
Customs officers and gardaí also found 20,000 litres of oil and three tonnes of toxic waste. One man has been arrested.
Lisa McInerney: Pornification of teen sexuality - but we can't just blame porn
The UK plans to make online pornography an ‘opt-in’ choice to try and shield children from it – but will that really protect kids from early sexualisation?
7 Irish people you should be 'folleyin' on Instagram
No selfies here.
WATCH: Video parodies Instagram AND Nickelback
Sunsets, brunches, cats and selfies. What Instagram was created for.
Poll: Should Ireland introduce an opt-in filter for online pornography?
A child protection expert has argued that parents should be given a choice over explicit content online. So what do you think?
Column: Online pornography – Ireland should give parents a choice
Children are being exposed to sexual material online. A simple opt-in filter would help protect them without stifling web freedom, writes Pat McKenna.