NEW YORK ( TheStreet) -- By now, you probably know the meat of the big social media story: Facebook (FB - Get Report) owns Instagram. And Facebook cut Twitter off from the wildly popular Instagram photo stream. Twitter responded by debuting photo filtering of its own.Just to be clear -- as I understand and have tested it, you can still link to an Instagram photo via Twitter (that makes logical sense for Facebook to accept traffic from Twitter), but your Instagram photos no longer show up inside the Twitter platform.
Facebook Acting Like a Twit on Instagram
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