Shortly after Facebook announced its purchase of photo sharing app-maker Instagram last April, Imaging Resource reported that a segment of the latter's userbase was reacting to the news with alarm. A significant overhaul of Instagram's terms of use (TOU) and privacy policy, released today and slated to go into effect early next year, suggests that they may have been wise to show concern.

Should it wish to do so, Instagram's new terms give it sweeping powers to profit from its users' images without gaining individual consent, and without them receiving a share of the profits.

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via Imaging Resource News Page

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