Instagram users had a scare when the company updated their terms of use this week. Instagram’s new terms of use effective January 16 had many changes, but one really caught users eyes. “A business or other entity may pay Instagram to display users’ photos and other details in connection with paid or sponsored content or promotions, without any compensation to you.” The update worried users that their personal photos would be sold without permission. Policy changes came three months after Facebook’s acquisition of the company. Other policy changes included a minimum age limit of eighteen years or older/have permission to access the app and other changes that broaden the way Instagram functions. From an update on Tuesday – Instagram calmed users and posted a blog stating they will revise their policy updates to state their intention more clearly. “It is not our intention to sell your photos”, the company wrote. What do you think about the new Instagram policy changes?