Twitter employee live-tweets her labor. Facebook COO sells 26 million shares. These stories, and more, in today’s Morning Social Media Newsfeed.
Instagram Assures Users it Will Not Sell Their Photos (SocialTimes)
Tuesday morning tech blogs and social media lit up with users reacting to changes to Instagram’s privacy policies, which some users took to give the company permission to sell user’s photographs to advertisers. Instagram has taken notice and has issued a response reassuring users that it is not claiming rights to their photos.
Ads Likely Coming to Instagram (SocialTimes)
Facebook is looking to monetize Instagram, said the company’s vice president of global marketing solutions, Carolyn Everson, in an interview with Business Insider. Monetization, in all likelihood, means ads and other forms of sponsored content.