Apr 8 Posted 3 years ago
Instagram shot themselves in the foot with their new policy - and shot the other one with the apology. The apology showed to me that the site pandered to it's users, and of course, what use is a social media site with no users?
I think once Vine really hits it off (which I predict it will!) Instagram will be another site on the social media scrapheap, a la, Bebo and Myspace.
Thanks for the post!
Feb 10 Posted 3 years ago
I definitely look forward to other apps being published and would be highly surprised if no one jumps on this opportunity to be better than Instagram. The repeated mistakes and upsets of Instagram seems incredible in this day and age. How could a company fail so hard and when it's time to issue an apology, continue to disappoint users? If they want to stay relevant, there are some major changes that should be adapted. I would start by trying to make a sincere apology for the last non-apology.
Dec 20 Posted 3 years ago
Insightful Christianna. I enjoyed this read a lot. It will be interesting to see how they handle this flub. That policy will be the end of things and takes privacy invasion to the next level.
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