Instagram Policy Primer Net 303 Sally Jones


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Instagram allows us to upload, edit and share photos with our online community. Do you know how Instagram is using you?

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    1. 1. Instagram A 'fun and quirky' presentation to help you understand your rights on Instagram. Image: Iconfinder, 2013
    2. 2. What is Instagram? “Instagram is a free online photo sharing and social network application. Instagram allows users to upload, edit and share photos with other members through the Instagram website and social media sites such as Twitter, Facebook and Tumblr” (Rouse, para. 1, 2012). #InstagramPolicyPrimer
    3. 3. According to the Creators... “Instagram is a fun and quirky way to share your life with friends through a series of pictures. Snap a photo with your mobile phone, then choose a filter to transform the image into a memory to keep around forever”(Instagram , para 2, 2013). #InstagramPolicyPrimer
    4. 4. Are you on Instagram? How long did it take you to sign up and start taking happy snaps? Are you on Instagram? How long did it take you to sign up to your Instagram account and start taking happy snaps? Image: @rachalice (2013) via Instagram #InstagramPolicyPrimer
    5. 5. Probably not long enough to read the terms and conditions... Image: Instagram, 2013. 'Homepage' #InstagramPolicyPrimer
    6. 6. So what exactly DID you agree too? #InstagramPolicyPrimer
    7. 7. 1. No teeny boppers allowed! You must be at least 13 years old to use the Service (Instagram, 2013). Image: Ubrayj02 (2011) via Flickr #InstagramPolicyPrimer
    8. 8. 2. You've got to keep it G rated! You may not post violent, nude, partially nude, discriminatory, unlawful, infringing, hateful, pornographic or sexually suggestive photos (Instagram, 2013). Image: raj_nair81 (2007) via Flickr #InstagramPolicyPrimer
    9. 9. 3. It's all on you! You and you alone are responsible for all activity on your account, including keeping your password safe and secure (Instagram, 2013). Image: geir tonnessen (2013) via Flickr #InstagramPolicyPrimer
    10. 10. 4. No thieving! Any content you post on Instagram must not violate any copyright, privacy or publicity rights (Instagram, 2013). Image: lovelypetal (2007) via Flickr #InstagramPolicyPrimer
    11. 11. 5. Keep it nice! You must not defame, stalk, bully, abuse, harass, threaten, impersonate or intimidate people. You must also not post private or confidential information (Instagram, 2013. Image: Jetheriot (2006) via Flickr #InstagramPolicyPrimer
    12. 12. 6. No illegal activity here! You may not use the Service for any illegal or unauthorised purpose (Instagram, 2013). Image: Wstryder (2009) via Flickr #InstagramPolicyPrimer
    13. 13. 7. Instagram owns you! By using the service you hereby grant to Instagram a non-exclusive, fully paid and royalty-free, transferable, sub-licensable, worldwide license to use the Content that you post on or through the Service (Instagram, 2013). Image: Jspatchwork (2008) via Flickr #InstagramPolicyPrimer
    14. 14. What happens if YOU breach any of these conditions? #InstagramPolicyPrimer
    15. 15. Instagram may terminate your account (Instagram, 2013) Image: Stesciuba (2012) via Flickr #InstagramPolicyPrimer
    16. 16. You think you are using Instagram... How is Instagram using YOU? #InstagramPolicyPrimer
    17. 17. Instagram collects and stores: Image: Instagram, 2013. 'Profile'. Your username, password, e-mail & profile information. (Instagram, 2013) #InstagramPolicyPrimer
    18. 18. All content and communication you post (Instagram, 2013). Image: @buenogisele (2013) via Instagram #InstagramPolicyPrimer
    19. 19. The web pages you visit (Instagram, 2013). Image: Safari History (2013) #InstagramPolicyPrimer
    20. 20. Your Internet Protocol ("IP") address (Instagram (2013). Image: Jones (2013) #InstagramPolicyPrimer
    21. 21. Your browser and device type (Instagram, 2013). Image: Tsutano (2010) via Flickr. #InstagramPolicyPrimer
    22. 22. Referring / exit pages and URLs, number of clicks and how you interact with links (Instagram, 2013). Image: Jones (2013) #InstagramPolicyPrimer
    23. 23. Your latitude and longitude if you geotag your photo (Instagram, 2013). Image: Velorowdy (2007) via Flickr #InstagramPolicyPrimer
    24. 24. What does Instagram do with this information? #InstagramPolicyPrimer
    25. 25. They like to share Image: Iconfinder, 2013 #InstagramPolicyPrimer
    26. 26. Instagram shares your information with: BUSINESSES That are legally part of the same group of companies that Instagram is part of, or that become part of that group ("Affiliates"). THIRD-PARTY ORGANISATIONS That help Instagram provide the Service to users ("Service Providers") (Instagram, 2013). #InstagramPolicyPrimer
    27. 27. That's not all! Instagram also shares your information with third-party advertising partners for the purpose of delivering targeted advertisements to you (Instagram, 2013). Image: Robert Duncan1 (2010) via Flickr That sure is sounding like a lot of people! #InstagramPolicyPrimer
    28. 28. Did you know your private information can be sold and purchased? Well on Instagram it can! If Instagram sells any part of their assets to another organisation, they transfer all information collected through the service to the new owner (Instagram, 2013). #InstagramPolicyPrimer
    29. 29. And this has already happened! Ever heard of small social media phenomenon called Facebook? In September 2012, Facebook purchased Instagram and YOU! (Fox, 2012) Image: Iconfinder, 2013 #InstagramPolicyPrimer
    30. 30. As part of this Facebook and Instagram have shared insights and information with each other (Fox, 2012). Image: purple slog (2008) via Flickr #InstagramPolicyPrimer
    31. 31. This included Instagram updating their Privacy Policy to highlight this new collaboration (Instagram, 2013). Image: Instagram, 2013. 'Privacy Policy'. #InstagramPolicyPrimer
    32. 32. The updated terms of service claimed the right to license all public Instagram photos to companies, effectively transforming the website into the world's largest photo stock agency (McCullagh, 2012). Image: iStock, 2013 #InstagramPolicyPrimer
    33. 33. Instagram users were NOT happy! In late December 2012, Instagram backtracked with CEO Kevin Systrom announcing that the privacy terms would revert to the version in place since the service launched in 2010 and “remove” the language that caused a user revolt (Savides, 2012). #InstagramPolicyPrimer
    34. 34. So for all 'Instagrammers' out there... #InstagramPolicyPrimer
    35. 35. Remember the content you post on Instagram... isn't just yours. #InstagramPolicyPrimer
    36. 36. References @buenogisele [image] (2013). 'Adelaide Sunset'. Retrieved via Instagram. Fox, Z (October 25, 2012). 'Facebook's Final Price Tag for Instagram Falls Far Under $1 Billion'. Mashable. Retrieved from Geir tonnessen [image] (2013). 'Point of you'. Retrieved via Flickr, Creative Commons Attribution 2.0 Generic Iconfinder [image] (2013). 'button facebook icon'. Retrieved from Iconfinder [image] (2013). 'Instagram icon'. Retrieved from Iconfinder [image] (2013). 'Blue Facebook social icon'. Retrieved from / Instagram [image] (2013). 'Edit Profile'. Retrieved from Instagram [image] (2013). 'Homepage'. Retrieved from Instagram [image] (2013). 'Privacy Policy Update'. Retrieved from Instagram (January 19, 2013).' Terms of Use'. Retrieved from #InstagramPolicyPrimer
    37. 37. References Istock [image] (2013).'Homepage'. Retrieved from Jetheriot [image] (2006). 'smiley solo'.Retrieved via Flickr, Creative Commons Attribution 2.0 Generic Jones [image] (2013). 'Screenshot of IP address'. Retrieved from Sally Jones computer. Jspatchwork [image] (August 22, 2008).'sold_out_sm'. Retrieved via Flickr, Creative Commons Attribution 2.0 Generic Lovelypetal [image] (2007). 'Stealing on Flickr Continues'.Retrieved via Flickr, Creative Commons Attribution 2.0 Generic McCullagh, D (December 17, 2012).'Instagram says it now has the right to sell your photos'. Cnet. Retrieved from Purple slog [image] (2008). 'Information Security Wordle: FFIEC IT Examiner's Handbook'. Retrieved via Flickr, Creative Commons Attribution 2.0 Generic @RachAlice [image] (September 21, 2013). 'Watching these two become best mates is my happiness'. Upload to Instagram. Retrieved from Instagram raj_nair81 [image] (January 2, 2007). 'nude mermaid'. Retrieved via Flickr, Creative Commons Attribution 2.0 Generic #InstagramPolicyPrimer
    38. 38. References Robert Duncan1 [image] (2010) ' Piccadily Circus'. Retrieved via Flickr, Creative Commons Attribution 2.0 Rouse, M (December 2012). 'Definition: Instagram'. Search CIO. Retrieved from Safari [Image] (2013). 'Safari screenshot of web history'. Retrieved from Sally Jones computer. Savides, L (December 21, 2013). 'Instagram reverts its terms in response to criticism'.Cnet. Retrieved from Stesciuba [image] (2012). 'Delete button'. Retrieved via Flickr, Creative Commons Attribution 2.0 Generic Tsutano, Y [image] (2010). 'iPhone 4's Retina Display v.s. iPhone 3G'. Retrieved via Flickr, Creative Commons Attribution 2.0 Generic Ubrayj02 [image] (October 9, 2011). 'A young girl riding in CicLAvia on October 9, 2011'. Retrieved via Flickr, Creative Commons Attribution 2.0 Generic Velorowdy [image] (November 13, 2007). 'Google Maps Pressefoto'. Retrieved via Flickr, Creative Commons Attribution 2.0 Generic Wstryder [image] (August 6, 2009). 'Take no pictures'. Retrieved via Flickr, Creative Commons Attribution 2.0 Generic #InstagramPolicyPrimer
    39. 39. This work is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-NoDerivs 3.0 Unported License. To view a copy of this license, visit or send a letter to Creative Commons, 444 Castro Street, Suite 900, Mountain View, California, 94041, USA. . #InstagramPolicyPrimer