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Nadine O'Regan: A shutter island mentality minimises millennial dissent

Don’t look now, Instagram, but millennials are angry

Nadine O’Regan

Arts Editor and Columnist

3rd April, 2016
Instagram is mixing up the order in which it shows you pictures – and its users are angry

Don’t look now, Instagram, but millennials are angry. Very angry. What are they so mad about? Well, here’s the issue: Instagram, the picture-led social networking site, has decided to change the order in which its users can view the pictures that have been posted by others. Beginning soon, Instagram will rank pictures so that users will see the most popular images posted first, rather than allowing people to view them chronologically.


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