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Image caption Police are investigating the apparent suicide of a teenage Instagram user in Malaysia. Instagram executives have said they are "heartbroken" over the reported suicide of a teenager in Malaysia who had posted a poll to its app. The 16-year-old is thought to have killed herself hours after asking other users whether she should die. But the technology company's leaders said it was too soon to say if they would take any action against account holders who took part in the vote. The Instagram chiefs were questioned about the matter in Westminster. They were appearing as part of an inquiry by the UK Parliament's Digital, Culture, Media and Sport Committee into immersive and addictive technologies. Full story

15 May