Instagram co-founder Kevin Systrom and Mike Krieger will resign from the photo sharing business and plan to leave officially in the coming weeks. according to, New York Times tonight. Neither of the leaders had no reason to want to leave the company owned by Facebook.
The multi-billion dollar CEO Mark Zuckerberg agrees to buy and Instagram with more than 1 billion users worldwide is probably the most successful Facebook acquisition. Growth since 2012 is the result of aggressive competition with Systrom and Krieger's vision and Snapchat, which is mainly the strategic use of Facebook Duo.
Now the release of Systrom and Krieger can affect the ability of social networks to cope with the current crisis of election interference, misinformation, general perception that Facebook is no longer healthy for society and society. Democracy. Instagram is positioned as an alternative to rapidly growing rapidly growing Facebook for people in their teens and teenagers who are disillusioned with Facebook's privacy violations and the big impact on digital life I will. Without Systrom and Krieger Instagram may be struggling to continue growing at the previous pace.
Systrom and Krieger are the second successful pair of co-founder who sells companies to Facebook in a few years at billions of dollars. Earlier this year, WhatsApp co-founder Jan Koum announced that it has a clear discrepancy in user privacy and data sharing on Facebook. Kohm co-founder Brian Acton left Facebook in September 2017 and Acton criticized prudent criticism of former employer Twitter and investment in encrypted email company Signal. Whether Systrom and Krieger share the same concern as Koum and Acton on Facebook is unknown.
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