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Hello! Tiffany here, filling in for Andrew. Welcome to today’s edition of web_crawlr

Today, we have stories on a new chatbot telling people to lose weight, a TikTok that possibly spoiled Succession’s finale for some people, Trump supporters going after Ron DeSantis, and a social media data breach.

Scroll down for Audra’s Now Streaming column, which is about what Succession meme accounts plan to do now that the show has ended.

— T.K.

⚡ Today’s top stories

National Eating Disorders Association’s new chatbot advises people with disordering eating to lose weight

People in the larger eating disorder recovery community online tested out the chatbot’s abilities and flagged how it advised them on weight loss.


Did this baby-naming TikTok predict the end of ‘Succession’?

Amid furious speculation about who would ‘win’ the Succession finale, this TikTok went viral.


Trump supporters keep trying to tie Ron DeSantis to George Soros

Supporters of former President Donald Trump are spreading an altered image that purports to show Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis (R) in a room with billionaire George Soros.


Leak from Kiwi Farms’ successor reveals offensive user names, disturbing DM content

A data breach appears to have exposed Poast users’ email addresses and DMs.


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