The tool could help Instagram users monitor how much of their data is on the platform.
Per TechCrunch, that law also requires apps to have some form of data portability. While the new tool will comply with the European Union's General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), it would also double as a locally-stored backup of the feeds.
You will soon be able to download Instagram data, including all the photos that you have uploaded to the picture-focused social network, just like on Facebook.
This might be hard to believe, but you're about to take even more selfies than you already do. Incidentally, compliance with the GDPR goes into effect on May 25, 2018. According to TechCrunch, data portability will give Instagram users the option to move to a rival image-sharing service.
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That sparked angry protests from City and manager Guardiola was sent to the stand for his reaction after the half-time whistle. He likes to be different, he likes to be special. when everybody sees the things, he's going to decide the opposite.
A reader named Genady Okrain also found that a unique tag can be generated by using emoji patterns for sharing profiles. Whether the images will be compressed in a lower resolution or the same as they were first published.
Here's how to get Instagram's new "Focus" Feature. The report does not specify if the porting will be enabled to followers and Stories as well, as Instagram will provide more details on the launch of the tool.
It is nearly shocking that despite reaching a massive follower base of 800 million users across the world, Instagram hasn't brought the data portability option to their users. It will be interesting to see what the users think about this new development.
Of course, Instagram being a Facebook-owned company and all, it's nice to know that they're advanced software can detect yours and your friends faces via their app.