There was furor in December when Instragram revealed that the popular photo sharing site (and now Facebook property) had updated its terms of service. Included in the updates was language that gave the service permission to use your uploaded photos in ads that your friends saw, and other uses that quickly had users both screaming and jumping off of the service.
A week later, the company reversed course on the advertising section, and reverted back to its original user agreement.
You can read our blog post that highlights some of the key updates. And remember, these updates don't change the fact that you own your photos that you post on Instagram, and our privacy controls work just as they did before.
Thank you,The Instagram Team"
Good luck to all.
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