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Potentially big privacy changes to the wildly popular photo sharing service called instead -- According to the company's new policy is to -- soon be able to sell the pictures that you post without paying you or even telling you about it.
And if you're user you don't like it well there doesn't much matter.
FaceBook recently purchased -- -- Graham and it's an act which allows folks to share and edit photos online and indeed it's a great app and a lot of people really like it it's.
Newly released privacy college policy reads.
You agree that a business or other entity may pay us to display your username -- photos along with any associated meta data.
And or actions you take in connection with paid or sponsored content or promotions with out any compensation to you.
In other words if a user takes a picture of say a Ford Mustang.
-- to Graham could in theory at least sell that photo to Ford.
That's allowed to use it -- an advertisement for I don't know the mustang.
And not give you think -- could waive compensation a lot of users and critics have expressed all kinds outrage.
When he reported calling reportedly calling them -- moved by mr.
Graham a suicide note in other words incident just killed herself.
We've reached out to FaceBook -- to -- for comment of course they haven't replied.
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