The Truth About Instagram Users & New Law [Pic]

Submitted by: fancylad 4 years ago in

As someone who steered clear away from Instagram, yet understood it, I agree with bob-money-hu$tla$.
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Male 5,811
I think the celebs who use Instagram are more worried about this than your average Jane.
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Male 2,619
Like the Energizer company is interested in your vintage filtered photograph of your McMuffin. Get over it.
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Male 4,746
Currently - unless they changed it again last night - the ULA states that, while you retain ownership of the images, they are given full usage rights. Something that usually a company has to pay for. I don`t give stuff away for free. I canceled my account.
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Male 198
Not really. People just freaked out because of some ambiguous use of language. They changed the policy to use creative advertising based on who you and your friends are following. Not selling your images. Who would want low res mutilated images anyways? Much like the world ending this Friday, just crazy folks being crazy is all.
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Male 2,513
@ HalfPintRoo: Instagram changed their policies for a couple of days to say that they can take and sell any pictures uploaded to Instagram. Story here
TLDR; They`ve since backed down and reverted their policy due to user revolt
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Male 5,314
what is this in response of?
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Female 2,764
wait, what`s happened to Instagram?
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Male 20,188
Link: The Truth About Instagram Users & New Law [Pic] [Rate Link] - As someone who steered clear away from Instagram, yet understood it, I agree with bob-money-hu$tla$.
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