The Instagram app is a great app for the price, but it also lets people mess around with it.

It’s a popular way for users to interact with the site, but a few months ago, hackers made off with hundreds of millions of Instagram accounts. 

They were able to gain access to Instagram’s login system, which let them view and delete accounts.

Now, the hacktivist group Anonymous is trying to recover that data.

The hacktivists are targeting Instagram’s password recovery feature.

They’ve also taken over Instagram’s public API, which allows anyone with access to the site to do things like take over Instagram and make money from it. 

“We want to get Instagram’s passwords back,” said John Denton, a member of the Anonymous collective, during a live chat. 

We want the account that we got stolen, we want the Instagram account that’s gone, we don’t want to lose it.

We want to make money off of it, and it’s really hard to do.

A number of the accounts that were taken over have been locked down, so it’s unlikely they’ll be able to get access to all of the Instagram accounts that have been compromised. “

I think it’s going to get worse and worse and we want to do something about it.” 

A number of the accounts that were taken over have been locked down, so it’s unlikely they’ll be able to get access to all of the Instagram accounts that have been compromised. 

The hacktivism group Anonymous also made headlines in September after it gained access to Facebook’s API.

They used this access to hijack accounts and steal $2m from the social network.