My interview on Instagram’s terms of service change regarding use of pictures

As 2012 wound to a close, Instagram, the hugely popular photo-sharing social medium, angered many of its users by changing its terms of service, and implying it might sell people’s pictures for advertising. As these thing do, the announcement raised lots of hullabaloo and vows that people would exit Instagram en masse. Instagram then backtracked and said it never intended to sell users’ photos, but what it plans to do remains somewhat vague.

I had the privilege of weighing in on the issue during an interview with WHLT-CBS 22 TV in Hattiesburg, Mississippi.
You can watch the video below:

 

– Gina
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