but they didn't win the war on who will own the rights of their pictures.
Even as Instagram was pulling back on its changed terms of service on Thursday night, it made clear it was only regrouping. After all, Facebook, as a publicly held corporation, must answer to Wall Street’s quarterly expectations.
“We are going to take the time to complete our plans, and then come back to our users and explain how we would like for our advertising business to work,” Kevin Systrom, Instagram’s youthful co-founder, wrote on the company’s blog.
The privacy changes after Instagram backpedaled still don't give you control over how your photos are used. Instead, Instagram noted that your privacy is "subject to future changes."
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