Instagram Says User Policy Doesn't Abuse Photo Uploaders

Law360, New York (February 14, 2013, 12:50 PM EST) -- Instagram, the photo sharing service provider owned by Facebook Inc., on Wednesday told a California federal judge that proposed class action plaintiffs showed no injury from Instagram's rules that allegedly violate California privacy laws by giving it broad rights over users' personal pictures.

Plaintiff Lucy Funes’ lawsuit was filed in December in response to Instagram’s changes to its user agreement. Those changes were announced earlier that month, triggering widespread backlash because of the company’s allegedly overreaching claims to the rights of posted photos as well as...
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