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Instagram users are reporting a mysterious hack. Hundreds of people say their profile photos have been replaced by stills from films. Their account names have also been changed and they can't log in. BBC Minute takes a closer look at what's going on. (Photo: The Instagram logo displayed on an iPhone, Credit: Carl Court/Getty Images)
A number of Instagram users have taken to social media to report a mysterious hack in which their profile photos are replaced by random stills from films.
Their account names have also been changed and they are unable to log in.
Their registered email addresses have also been been altered to accounts originating from the Russian email provider mail.ru.
Instagram said it tries to provide a safe and secure experience for its community.
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This is perhaps no more so the case than in the tourism and hotel industry. Some hotels are so conscious of it, they are making deliberate choices in design to look good on Instagram.
Some hotels are making deliberate design choices to look good on Instagram.