Why In The World Should Instagram Allow Twitter To Scrape Its Photos? (FB, DIS, CMSCA, GOOG)

Why In The World Should Instagram Allow Twitter To Scrape Its Photos? (FB, DIS, CMSCA, GOOG)

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New It used to be that when an Instagram user took a photo and then shared it with Twitter, that photo would show up in the Twitter user's tweet on Twitter.com and Twitter's various apps. Then, last week, Instagram crippled this feature, only allowing Twitter to display cropped photos. Today, Instagram...
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