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Will Ferrell, Maisie Williams, Jeff Goldblum, Mark Hamill, and more stars get burned and bleeped in a stinky Mean Tweets

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Jimmy Kimmel’s Celebrities Read Mean Tweets is back, and there’s a lot going on here. Zendaya sniffs her shoe (and claps back perfectly to her hater). Mark Hamill busts out his Yoda impression. Kim K says “anus.” Sarah Paulson swears a LOT. Jake Gyllenhaal gets poetic. David Spade is also there (and might have the funniest tweet of the night). Enjoy, and never let the haters get you down. Read more…

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Hey Beyoncé, Kim Kardashian also just announced two new members of her family

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Look, we’re not saying there’s any wrong time to announce that you’ve brought two literal snowballs into the family, but right after news that Beyoncé’s twins were born is an interesting choice. 

Especially if, like Kim Kardashian, you’re rumored to have some bad blood with Queen Bey. And yet, here’s Kim K (who has often expressed disinterest in pets because they’re filthy) posting pictures of puppies on Twitter when everyone’s freaking about about the Jay Z and Beyoncé’s twins. 

So North wants to name her puppy Mercy, thoughts? We need a good name!

— Kim Kardashian West (@KimKardashian) June 18, 2017 Read more…

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Social media influencers, it's time to be truthful about your #ads

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If you’ve been turning a profit on Instagram, it’s time to get your #ad house in order.

A new provision in the code of ethics, issued by the Australian Association of National Advertisers (AANA), seems aimed at brands and influencers who hawk their wares on social media. Coming into effect Wednesday, the code states that sponsored content “must be clearly distinguishable as such to the relevant audience.” 

Some bloggers are using hashtags like #sp or #sponsored on Twitter and other platforms.

The world of influencer marketing, where celebrities, public personalities and bloggers get paid to promote brands across their social media accounts, is a nebulous one and notoriously difficult to regulate.  Read more…

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