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The CNET article was way overly dramatic and most people should realize that as soon as you post a photo onto any type of social sharing network, it's out there for the world to see/share/take/print. Instagram lawyers were a little tricksy in their wording to leave a lot of possibilities on the table, but most of the speculation is Fox News-worthy at best. If Instagram decided to really use one of my photos (my entire feed is pretty much cupcakes and beagles), then I'd be tickled pink.
11 months, 3 weeks ago on If You Want to Leave Instagram You’re Using it Wrong
Thanks for the reminders - I appreciated the When paragraph especially. I usually try to keep in mind that it's gotta be all about the fans. Not everybody is going to be interested equally in the exact same things, but sharing quality content regularly is key :)
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