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The drama doesn’t end there. No, in what can only add insult to injury, the website now has the right to share information on its users with its parent company Facebook and its affiliates.
On the dramatic changes, FB’s VP of Global Marketing Carolyn Everson shared earlier this month:
“Eventually we’ll figure out a way to monetise Instagram”.
“We may share your information as well as information from tools like cookies, log files, and device identifiers and location data with organisations that help us provide the service to you… (and) third-party advertising partners.”
To help us deliver interesting paid or sponsored content or promotions, you agree that a business may pay us to display your username, likeness, photos, in connection with paid or sponsored content or promotions, without any compensation to you.”
In their defence, they said the following in a statement released earlier today:
“This means we can do things like fight spam more effectively, detect system and reliability problems more quickly, and build better features for everyone by understanding how Instagram is used.”