Josh is a photographer and does Instagram Tips on Twitter (@InstaTips). He'd like to start caching websites so that he can browse through them more efficiently. He'd also like to be able to scape images from them when people submit them.
Facebook recently bought Instagram for $1 Billion. And this week, they attempted to change their terms of service to reserve the right to sell user photos without permission or opting out. This mirrors Facebook's terms of service which grants them the right to use member posts and names in advertising. Predictably, users were up and arms about it and revolted. And Instagram walked it back and went back to their old terms of service, which Leo says was worse because they were so vague. The lesson to companies?