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A tech giant’s ambitious new app will make it easier to share photos with friends and family, but may also cause privacy problems

A tech giant’s ambitious new app will make it easier to share photos with friends and family, but may also cause privacy problems

By the end of the year, the video-sharing app Instagram will be ready to make video calls and share photos.

In the meantime, the app is introducing a new feature called “video sharing,” in which users can post videos, photos, and audio directly to the service.

Instagram has been trying to build a new business model for video, and “video” is the company’s preferred term for sharing video clips.

The new feature is an update to the company ‘s existing “Video” feature, which lets users record video clips and post them to Instagram in real-time.

Instagram is hoping that the new feature will make video sharing easier, but some users may find the feature less convenient than it used to be.

The new feature lets users post video clips to Instagram without uploading a large file of images.

The only restriction is that the clip must be at least 30 seconds long.

For a user who is new to video, Instagram will ask the user to rate the quality of the video and to agree to the terms of the sharing, according to the Instagram blog post.

The feature works by linking a camera, microphone, and microphone-enabled camera to a user’s mobile device.

Then, when the user swipes to the left or right on the screen, the camera automatically switches from recording to playback, so that the video clips can be shared.

When a user swishes their hand in front of their device, the audio clips can also be shared by sending a short video clip to their friends.

The video clips are not saved as a file, but they are uploaded to the server automatically.

Users who post videos can use the new “video share” feature to send video clips directly to their Instagram friends and followers, without uploading the clips themselves.

If a user does not have Instagram, they can upload videos to a video sharing site like Vimeo or YouTube.

A friend can watch the video by pressing the video share button in the feed.

If the user wants to share it with a large group of friends, they need to upload multiple videos at once and then select the “share” option in the video’s options menu.

The group can then decide whether to view the video, share it publicly, or keep it private.

A number of users have already expressed concern about the new features, arguing that the feature is more of a privacy feature than a video feature.

Instagram told TechCrunch that the company is testing the feature to make sure it does not create new problems for people who post private videos to the app, but it acknowledged that the “video privacy” feature will likely cause problems for some users who have already uploaded videos to Instagram.

Instagram is trying to attract users with new features that will help it expand its user base and drive revenue, but the new video sharing feature is a new step in that direction.

As the company ramps up its video business, it is also trying to make a lot of money.

The company has already spent $1 billion on advertising and other content this year.