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Instagram has clearly stated that users will continue to have ownership of their photos and decide with whom they want to share them with. All of this comes in the wake of changes to Facebook privacy settings this month, where the company included “Privacy Shortcuts” that enable change-over across the board for masses.
With only a one-button-link, you can now easily set “Who can see my stuff?”, “Who can contact me?” and “How do I stop someone from bothering me?” These questions now pop-up just below the “Privacy Shortcuts” section.
These recent Instagram and Facebook updates will likely have little impact in how people use these services; however, they make it clear to anyone using these services what they can expect when posting and sharing content.