News by Andrew Kameka on Monday December 17, 2012.
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According to Instagram, nothing changes regarding ownership of photos or who can see them, so the inaccurate chain letters about content ownership that appear on Facebook have nothing to do with the policy changes. Instagram says what this change will permit is the sharing of information with Facebook to make the service more reliable, have better features, and combat spam. Though not mentioned it the announcement, sharing information should also make it easier to include targeted advertising when Instagram eventually begins exploring monetization strategies.Instagram, via: Techcrunch
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