The beloved photo sharing app Instagram has decided to cart off the language from its new term of services indicating that uses’ photo may now emerge in advertisements.
The reaction to this breach of users’ privacy suggested in terms of services of Instagram had led National Geographic to suspend its posting activity on the photo sharing app.
The language in its terms was declared on Monday was to take effect from January 16 but a hue and cry on social media regarding the policy pushed to company not to put user’s photos in ads.
Currently the photo-sharing service doesn’t run any ads to make money but in future the company is willing to experiment with different kind of advertisements so that it could generate revenue for Facebook.
“Our main goal is to avoid things likes advertising banners you see in other apps that would hurt the Instagram user experience,” Instagram co-founder Kevin Systrom wrote in a blog post Tuesday.