Instagram Claims Right To Sell User Content

BBC, Tuesday, December 18, 2012 12:01 PM
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Sending users into a state of confusion and disbelief, Instagram this week updated its privacy policy giving it the right to sell users’ photos to advertisers without notification. “The move riled social media users, with one likening it to a ‘suicide note,’” BBC News writes. The changes also mean Instagram can share information about its users with parent Facebook, as well as other affiliates and advertisers.

 

 

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