anything that turns instagram into a useable website, from the absolute. mess. it is at the moment. is a good thing
which won't happen....insta will just hold onto it's #sellhashtags even more
Facebook on Thursday sued Ensar Sahinturk, a software developer based in Istanbul, Turkey, who is alleged to have built a network of sites that scrape data from Instagram to create Insta-clones. The company's complaint [PDF], filed in the Northern District Federal court of California in Oakland, claims that Sahinturk used …
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instagrams 128 (not verified) page Ts & C's. state that any data you upload to them, they can use
unless the "your" in "your" data means instagram.....in which case I fully support donations to unregulated social media corps
also....."you feel is rightfully yours" - has no relevence in law, at all. it's yours in law (which can usually be overturned by their lawyers), or it isn't
there might be an /s in your post...;-)
"including jolygram.com, imggram.com, imggram.net, finalgram.com, ingram.ws, and pikdo.net."
None of those domains mention the trademark Instagram in them, so I fail to see how they are cybersquatting. The word gram has been around since the metric system was created in the 18th century so its unlikely Zuckerberg had anything to do with it, although no doubt he will probably try and claim he did.
A bit longer than that, the '-gram' / '-gramme' suffix comes from the ancient Greek suffix '-gramma', meaning what is written or which is drawn, and has been used in English for a lot longer than 2 two centuries [citation needed, didn't bother, yadda yadda]
"Mark E. Zuckerberg ’06 said he was accused of breaching security, violating copyrights and violating individual privacy by creating the website, www.facemash.com, about two weeks ago."