After users objected, Instagram reversed its plan to revise its terms of service in regard to using its customers' images in ads. But the original contract gives the company a lot of latitude anyway.
The file-sharing giant extends its photographic reach with acquisition of fledgling photo sharing service.
Instagram users are upset with the photo-sharing service's terms of service. But those terms really haven't changed from what they were before. And Lauren Crabbe argues that there's more objectionable things about Instagram.
With calls for a boycott and users leaving the site in waves, Instagram on Tuesday said its terms of service changes were "misinterpreted."
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Users of the photo sharing service on Thursday uploaded more than 10 million photos with captions that included Thanksgiving-themed words.
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