Facebook-owned Instagram’s new terms of service are leaving many users wondering whether the company’s practices are even legal. Legal or not, the site’s terms of service (TOS) are certainly cause for concern. Instagram updated their terms and conditions back in late December with new clauses that allow the company to check your call logs and SMS history, and give them the ability to do live analyses on your camera, copy your address book, and more due to vague language in the TOS. The new TOS also allow Instagram to lock accounts with a domain name in the display name if the user hasn’t obtained “prior written consent” to use the
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