You may have noticed – in fact we know some of you have noticed, because you’ve been in touch with us about it – that last Friday, the 12th of January 2018, our Instagram account was disabled. There was no warning whatsoever. Not a hint nor a suspicion that we, and you, were about to lose access to all of our carefully curated Instagram photos.
At first, our social media manager thought that our account had been hacked, or that there was a problem with the platform of the social media photo sharing giant. It was only when he tried to log in from his phone that a notification appeared. Apparently, we have violated Instagram’s community guidelines.
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But how? We haven’t shown nudity or violence. We haven’t bought likes or followers (we don’t need to, thanks to our fantastic fanbase – thanks folks!). We haven’t spammed anyone. As far as we know, we’ve followed all the Instagram Community Guidelines, up to and including posting content for a diverse audience – we’ve…