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The FDA should regulate Instagram’s algorithm as a drug

Daniel Liss Contributor Share on Twitter Daniel Liss is the founder and CEO of Dispo, the digital disposable camera social network. More posts by this contributor Move fast and break Facebook: A bull case for antitrust enforcement Today’s real story: The Facebook monopoly The Wall Street Journal on Tuesday reported Silicon Valley’s worst-kept secret: Instagram harms teens’ mental health; in fact...
Tags: Health, Social, Facebook, Column, Mark Zuckerberg, Instagram, Congress, Opinion, Government, Social Media, Tech, Joe Biden, Policy, Food And Drug Administration, Silicon Valley, Fda


Dispo launches a test to gauge user interest in selling their photos as NFTs

The photo-sharing app that emulates disposable cameras, Dispo started rolling out a test yesterday that will record user interest in selling photos as NFTs. Some users will now see a sell button on their photos, and when they tap it, they can sign up to be notified when the ability to sell Dispo photos launches. CEO and co-founder Daniel Liss told TechCrunch that Dispo is still deciding how it will incorporate NFT sales into the app, which is why the platform is piloting a test with its users. D...
Tags: Social, Mobile, Apps, Instagram, Social Media, Tech, Ceo, Software, David, Computing, App-store, Freeware, Internet Culture, Operating Systems, Series A, NFT


The top LA media startups shaping the future of entertainment and tech

Creator Plus. Wendy Yalom/Creator+ Hi, this is Amanda Perelli and welcome back to Insider Influencers, our weekly rundown on the business of influencers, creators, and social-media platforms. Sign up for the newsletter here.In this week's edition:15 LA media startups shaping entertainment and techA management company gets sued by a second OnlyFans modelHow student-athletes are making money as micro and nano influencersWhy a Google developer quit her job to become an influencer And more...
Tags: Google, Hollywood, Media, Instagram, Youtube, La, Advertising, US, Los Angeles, Newsletter, Trends, Netflix, Silicon Valley, Influencers, Ong, University of Nebraska


Move fast and break Facebook: A bull case for antitrust enforcement

Daniel Liss Contributor Share on Twitter Daniel Liss is the founder and CEO of Dispo, the digital disposable camera social network. More posts by this contributor Today’s real story: The Facebook monopoly This is the second post in a series on the Facebook monopoly. The first post explored how the U.S. Federal Trade Commission should define the Facebook monopoly. I am inspired by Cloudflare’s recent p...
Tags: Amazon, Social, TC, Facebook, Column, Mark Zuckerberg, Messenger, Twitter, Instagram, Yahoo, Etsy, Congress, Opinion, Government, Senate, White House


Today’s real story: The Facebook monopoly

Daniel Liss Contributor Share on Twitter Daniel Liss is the founder and CEO of Dispo, the digital disposable camera social network. Facebook is a monopoly. Right? Mark Zuckerberg appeared on national TV today to make a “special announcement.” The timing could not be more curious: Today is the day Lina Khan’s FTC refiled its case to dismantle Facebook’s monopoly. To the average person, Facebook’s monopoly seems obvious. “After ...
Tags: Google, Amazon, Social, Startups, TC, Facebook, Apps, Column, Mark Zuckerberg, Messenger, Twitter, Pinterest, Instagram, Social Networks, Youtube, Opinion


If you love voice messaging, you’ll love Squad

Squad used to be an app that connected people with similar interests for in-person meetups. Then the coronavirus pandemic hit. While most social apps thrived under these conditions — people craved digital connection more than ever — Squad couldn’t operate. Founder Isa Watson didn’t know how long the world would be in shutdown. Instead of waiting for a return to normalcy, she shifted the scope of the app entirely.   Today, Squad relaunches as an audio-based social app that aims to help users...
Tags: Facebook, Apps, Instagram, Imessage, US, Social Media, Tech, Whatsapp, Software, United States, Computing, Venture Capital, Squad, Watson, Silicon Valley, Isa


Instagram unveiled new features aimed at helping creators earn money

Adam Mosseri and JoJo Siwa speak during Instagram and Facebook's Creator Week. Amy Sussman/Getty Images for Instagram and Facebook's Creator Week Hi, this is Amanda Perelli and welcome back to Insider Influencers, our weekly rundown on the business of influencers, creators, and social-media platforms. Sign up for the newsletter here.In this week's edition:Instagram unveiled three new features aimed at helping creators earn moneyA YouTuber with 1 million subscribers shares how...
Tags: Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, Media, Instagram, Youtube, Advertising, Newsletter, Trends, New York Times, Alexis Ohanian, Annie Leibovitz, Zuckerberg, Influencers, Boohoo, Brien, NFT


Amid controversy, Dispo confirms Series A funding, high-profile advisors, and investors

It’s only been nine months since Dispo rebranded from David’s Disposable. But the vintage-inspired photo sharing app has experienced a whiplash of ups and downs, mostly due to the brand’s original namesake, YouTuber David Dobrik. Like Clubhouse, Dispo was one of this year’s most hyped up new social apps, requiring an invite from an existing member to join. On March 9, when the company said “goodbye waitlist” and opened the app up to any iOS user, Dispo looked poised to be a worthy competitor to ...
Tags: Apps, Japan, Beyonce, Instagram, Sofia Vergara, Germany, Social Media, Tech, Ceo, Software, David, Digital Photography, United States, Computing, Venture Capital, Nba


Facebook and Instagram will now allow users to hide ‘Like’ counts on posts

Facebook this week will begin to publicly roll out the option to hide Likes on posts across both Facebook and Instagram, following earlier tests beginning in 2019. The project, which puts the decision about Likes in the hands of the company’s global user base, had been in development for years, but was deprioritized due to the COVID-19 pandemic and the response work required on Facebook’s part, the company says. Originally, the idea to hide Like counts on Facebook’s social networks was focused o...
Tags: Facebook, Instagram, Tech, Mit, Katy Perry, Ftc, Facebook Instagram, Instagram on Facebook, Adam Mosseri, Mosseri, Dispo, David Dobrik, Facebook Often, Tiktok, Minutiae Vero Dayflash Oggl, Poparazzi Spark Capital


Instagram’s new test lets you choose if you want to hide ‘Likes,’ Facebook test to follow

Instagram today will begin a new test around hiding Like counts on users’ posts, following its experiments in this area which first began in 2019. This time, however, Instagram is not enabling or disabling the feature for more users. Instead, it will begin to explore a new option where users get to decide what works best for them — either choosing to see the Like counts on others’ posts, or not. Users will also be able to turn off Like counts on their own posts, if they choose. Facebook addition...
Tags: Social, Facebook, Apps, Instagram, Social Media, Likes, Tech, Social Network, Social Software, Influencers, Social Apps, Like Button, Dispo, Minutiae Vero Dayflash Oggl


YouTube star David Dobrik has been dropped by 13 brands including HelloFresh, EA Sports, and Honey

Manny Carabel/Getty Images Hi, this is Amanda Perelli and welcome back to Insider Influencers, our weekly rundown on the business of influencers, creators, and social-media platforms. Sign up for the newsletter here.In this week's edition:13 brands have stopped working with YouTube star David DobrikInfluencers start to make money from Clubhouse's boom How ESPN quadrupled its TikTok follower count in the past yearYouTube Shorts launches in the US - here's how it worksAnd more in...
Tags: Media, Instagram, Youtube, Advertising, US, Newsletter, Trends, Netflix, Tennessee, Espn, Serena Williams, Clubhouse, Lime, Influencers, Espn Deportes, Sam Lessin


10 things in tech you need to know today

President Donald Trump. Jabin Botsford/The Washington Post via Getty Images Good morning and welcome to 10 Things in Tech. If this was forwarded to you, sign up here.Let's get started.1. Trump is planning a social media comeback. The former president is planning to launch his own social-media platform within the coming months, longtime adviser Jason Miller said.2. Spark Capital is cutting all ties with YouTuber David Dobrik's Dispo app. The decision comes after Insider reported clai...
Tags: Facebook, Elon Musk, Instagram, Washington Post, Oregon, China, Newsletter, Trends, Tech, Tencent, West Coast, Sequoia Capital, Robinhood, Spark Capital, Trump, NFT


Dispo is the buzzy, invite-only photo app that's being called both the 'new Instagram' and the 'anti-Instagram'

Dispo offers users a more authentic approach to taking photos. JGI/Jamie Grill/Getty Images Dispo, the new invite-only photo-taking app is becoming increasingly popular. According to Axios, the app has been valued at $200 million.  The app's creator, David Dobrik, wants users to have a more authentic experience when taking photos Visit the Business section of Insider for more stories. For the last 10 years, Instagram has dominated the photo app scene, but now its potential rival has arrive...
Tags: Google, Photos, Apps, Instagram, Trends, Social Media, Tech, New York Times, Cnbc, Tech Insider, Dispo, David Dobrik, Weekend BI UK, Zahra Tayeb, Jamie Grill Getty Images Dispo, Terry O Neal


Snapchat doesn't allow sponsored content on its TikTok rival, Spotlight

Cam Casey Hi, this is Amanda Perelli and welcome back to Insider Influencers, our weekly rundown on the business of influencers, creators, and social-media platforms. Sign up for the newsletter here.In this week's edition:Snapchat's TikTok rival has banned sponsored posts, a key element of the influencer industry.How much money a nano influencer makes on YouTube.The team building David Dobrik's buzzy new app, Dispo, which is now worth $200 million.And more including The Try Guys' new Food ...
Tags: UK, Media, Instagram, Youtube, Advertising, Trends, Snapchat, Food Network, Clubhouse, Influencers, Pruitt, Nilay Patel, Erin Griffith, Tech Insider, Getty Images Here, Jeffree Star


This Week in Apps: Sneak peek at TikTok shopping, new iOS and Android betas, kids’ app Prodigy hit with FTC complaint

Welcome back to This Week in Apps, the weekly TechCrunch series that recaps the latest in mobile OS news, mobile applications and the overall app economy. The app industry is as hot as ever, with   218 billion downloads and $143 billion in global consumer spend in 2020. Consumers last year also   3.5 trillion minutes using apps on Android devices alone. And in the U.S., app usage surged ahead of the time spent watching live TV. Currently, the average American watches 3.7 hours of live TV per day...
Tags: Apple, Google, TC, Mobile, Facebook, Apps, Europe, Instagram, Microsoft, Congress, Indonesia, Australia, Youtube, Senate, China, India


Instagram Reels iPhone – L’Alternative à TikTok est Dispo (gratuit)

Source : Instagram Reels iPhone – L’Alternative à TikTok est Dispo (gratuit) MaxiApple.com Histoire de concurrencer les Chinois de TikTok, Facebook ajoute à Instagram la fonction Reels sur iPhone et Android, un mode de création et de partage … The post Instagram Reels iPhone – L’Alternative à TikTok est Dispo (gratuit) appeared first on MaxiApple.com.
Tags: Iphone, Ipad, Instagram, Seo, Ipod Touch, App Gratuites, AppStore, Applications Gratuites, Dispo, TikTok Facebook, Instagram Reels, Instagram la fonction Reels


It’s still easy to find coronavirus mask ads on Facebook

Ads for face masks are still appearing on Facebook, Instagram and Google, according to a review of the platforms carried out by the Tech Transparency Project (TTP). This despite pledges by the platforms that they would stamp out ads which seek to profit from the coronavirus pandemic. Facebook said on March 6 that it would temporarily ban commerce listings and advertisements for medical face masks, in an effort to combat price-gouging and misinformation during the COVID-19 crisis. Google ...
Tags: Google, Social, TC, Facebook, Instagram, Advertising Tech, Social Media, Tech, Whatsapp, Mask, Ftc, Targeted Advertising, Online Advertising, Mark Warner, Facebook Instagram, Facebook Page



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