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The WWF draw attention to environmental damage with its #TooLatergram campaign – 12.04.2018

Social campaign reveals what nature could look like without human damage

For their #TooLatergram campaign, WWF partnered with nine Instagrammers who posted photos of digitally cleaned-up versions of scenic locations around the world. Only afterwards did they reveal the reality, with follow-up shots showing that the scenic destination is an illusion, and the real locale has actually been devastated by pollution. 

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*This is an innovative way of harnessing the power of Instagram to raise awareness amongst young people about a subject which is widely talked about within traditional media.*

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Instagram will soon let users download a copy of their data

Instagram is building its own data portability tool which will allow users to download a copy of everything they’ve ever shared on the platform, similar to how Facebook’s download your information tool works. 

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*The tool could help Instagram users monitor how much of their data is on the platform. It will also help Facebook comply with the forthcoming European data privacy rule (GDPR), which will require all data to be portable.*

 

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T-Mobile now lets you chat with customer support in iMessage

Instead of calling, emailing, or hitting up Twitter DMs and Facebook Messenger when you have a question, T-Mobile customers can now talk to an actual human being at a company directly through the iMessage app.

Read more here. 

*Great use of existing technology to enhance the company’s customer service offering, it will be interesting to see whether others will follow suit and introduce similar initiatives.*

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