After Instagram announced changes to its terms and conditions, the web community is again questioning the value of their content.

This article titled “Who owns the content you upload online?” was written by Hilary Osborne and Jaber Mohamed, for guardian.co.uk on Thursday 20th December 2012 09.09 UTC

The outrage over Instagram's announcement that it is changing its terms and conditions has turned the spotlight on the relationship between websites and users who upload content, whether it is photos, video, blogs or even games. “It is the thorny problem of user-generated content – what rights users have and what rights the online platform has,” says Jaz Purewal, digital media lawyer at Osborne Clarke.

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