Get ready, Instagram users – those filtered photos of your lattes might have just become public property. The social networking site recently changed their privacy settings which caused an outrage from users.
In the update, Instagram, in a way, treats users’ photos as commodities and makes them available to Facebook to use in advertising on the site.
Users started to talk about boycotting the service forcing Instagram to respond on their Twitter account, and later on a blog. The company said they were listening to the complaints from users and would modify the language of their new policy to make the intent more clear.