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05/31/2017: The fine line between copying and innovating

05/31/2017: The fine line between copying and innovating

May 31, 2017

When Instagram launched "Stories" last year — a feature very similar to Snapchat's main function — the term "copycat" got thrown around quite a lot. But is the criticism fair? What's the difference between copying and just building on something?…

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