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    Instagram announced rolling out advertisements

    Instagram announced via its Tumblr blog yesterday that it will begin rolling out advertisements that users will see in their feed.


    Over the past three years we’ve watched with amazement as Instagram has grown to a global community of more than 150 million people capturing and sharing the world’s moments. Instagram is a place where people come to connect and be inspired, and our focus with every product we build is keeping it this way.


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    Instagram Gives Users More Control Over Data Shared with Third-Party Apps. This is an update that will cross over into 2020 territory - but nevertheless it's still big news. The goal of this recently announced update is to give users more control over the data that they share with third-party apps.

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    Instagram now asks new users to provide their date of birth when creating an account in a bid to protect children from inappropriate content

    Instagram requires its members be at least 13 years old, but the social media app does not have a protocol to enforce this rule –until now. All new members will now be asked to provide a date of birth when creating an account, however, it will not be visible on profiles – but users can see it while viewing their own page. The new addition is Instagram’s attempt to better protect young users and provide a ‘more age-appropriate experience overall’. Instagram has been long criticized for not having a protocol in place to ensure young children are not creating accounts, as this leaves kids vulnerable to inappropriate content and lets Instagram collect data on the youngsters. The Child Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA) of 1998 was created to limit how companies collect data on anyone under the age of 13 limits and in 2012, it expanded into new technologies, such as mobile devices and targeted ads. So the new protocol, although designed to protect children, it will also protect Instagram from legal incidents.

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    Instagram Total Achievement



    Instagram was the runner-up for "Best Mobile App" at the 2010 TechCrunch Crunchies in January 2011. In May 2011, Fast Company listed CEO Kevin Systrom at number 66 in "The 100 Most Creative People in Business in 2011". In June 2011, Inc. included co-founders Systrom and Krieger in its 2011 "30 Under 30" list.

    Instagram won "Best Locally Made App" in the SF Weekly Web Awards in September 2011. 7x7Magazine's September 2011 issue featured Systrom and Krieger on the cover of their "The Hot 20 2011" issue. In December 2011, Apple Inc. named Instagram the "App of the Year" for 2011. In 2015, Instagram was named No. 1 by Mashable on its list of "The 100 best iPhone apps of all time," noting Instagram as "one of the most influential social networks in the world."
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    Instagram is down AGAIN: Users across the world experience issues with News Feed, Stories and logging in

    Users across the globe have reported that Instagram is down. Complaints about the app surfaced Wednesday afternoon with Europe and the US being affected the most. Although there is not a clear answer to why the social media site is experiencing problems, some users suggest that the app is rolling out an update to get rid of likes. Approximately 83 percent of users have experiencing issues with News Feed, nine percent with Stories and six percent are having trouble logging in to their account

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