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  • Karen

    I just wanted to say that I enjoyed the different take that you had on the policy primer. I found that the conversation style presentation was very effective in displaying the information you were attempting to convey. I believe that Internet 'newbies' would find themselves having similar statements to make that the uninformed person did. So good effort there.

    If I could have made one recommendation to increase the effectiveness of your primer it would have been to do away with some of the black and injected graphics there. A bit similar to your first slide which was very well done.
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  1. 1. Capture and Share the World's Moments Instagram is a fast, beautiful and fun way to share your life with friends and family. Take a picture or video, choose a filter to transform its look and feel, then post to Instagram — it's that easy. You can even share to Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr and more. It's a new way to see the world. Oh yeah, did we mention it’s free? IMAGE SOURCE INSTAGRAM POLICY PRIMER
  2. 2. Oh yeah, did we mention it’s free? Free? Nothing is really free. If you’re using a service for ‘free’ then you’re probably the product. OK, fair enough. So I get to use the platform in exchange for targeted advertising. Correct. But there’s more to it…
  3. 3. Don’t spam, don’t annoy, harass, bully, impersonate, theaten… blah blah blah! Well, yeah, that’s all common sense Besides, I can just customize my privacy settings if I have any issues Yes. But what you might not realize, is Instagram reserves the right to keep your photos even after you terminate your account
  4. 4. Oh, I hadn’t even thought that far ahead. How did you find all this information? It’s on the Terms of Use. Here are some things you really should know…  You must comply with the terms of service. If you don’t agree, don’t use the service  YOU are responsible for everything that is posted on your Instagram account. It’s common sense!  Instagram does not own your content, but does have the right to store it  The terms of use can change from time to time  You should also consider the implications of ‘third-parties’ and how that might affect you
  5. 5. OK, so I had a look at their Privacy Statement and found out that Instagram reserves the right to share my information with third-parties. …for targeted ad campaigns. Nothing is free Sure, but I do get to share all my photos with friends and family. The third-party sharing with other social media platforms is rather convenient. Totally… sometimes the targeted ads send me content I am actually interested in. I don’t find it annoying
  6. 6. If you want to know more information, read the full Terms of Use. MMMmmm yeah… probably not gonna happen… So the basic rules:  Instagram is pretty much a neutral platform that facilitates your communications  So be nice, courteous, and remember your audience  If you post a photo of someone else’s work, then give them credit  Be responsible for your own actions  And in return, capture and share the worlds moments
  7. 7. REFERENCES Instagram (2013). Privacy Policy. Retrieved from Instagram (2013). Terms of Use. Retrieved from Instagram (2013). Title Page Image [image] Retrieved from Instagram (2013). Updated Terms. Retrieved from