I am just curious if any of you currently have any mentions of Instagram in your contracts at all? Personally, I like the app itself for one reason - it is a photo based social networking site, and as someone who loves photographs, it is interesting to me to be able to see my friend's photographs in one place. On the other hand, as a photographer who puts a ton of time and effort into editing photographs before handing them over to my clients, it really does bother me when one of my clients poorly crops one of my photographs into a square and throws a crappy Instagram filter over top of it in a matter of seconds. My contract specifically states that the images are not to be altered in any way, but ever since Instagram - it's happened. And now this happens - Instagram announced today that as of January 16th, they will have the perpetual right to sell any and all of their users' photographs without payment to the user, a request for permission, or even a notification - even for advertising purposes. I feel like this is one of those things I should have seen coming and I will probably delete my account sometime in the near future, but moving forward, what's to stop my client's from sharing my images on Instagram? What's to stop Instagram from selling that image to another company, pocketing the cash themselves, and granting that company permission to use my images however they please? Who knows - maybe I'll wake up one day to find one of my photographs on a magazine cover in a poorly cropped square with a crappy Instagram filter over top. What are your thoughts on this change? How will you let it affect your business moving forward?