Instagram announced it's first big policy change since being bought by Facebook, and you might not be very happy about it.  Remember all those pictures you've taken and posted on Instagram that you thought were yours?  Well it turns out that they might not be yours after all.

In a blog post Instagram said that effective January 16th it has the perpetual right to sell users' photographs without payment or notification.

Unless Instagram users choose to delete their account before the deadline they cannot opt out.  (If you want to delete your account, here is how you can do it.)

Does this mean less low quality pictures of food and feet in front of a scenic beach will be posted online?  Facebook and Instagram don't think so, considering Facebook changes is privacy policy every other day and still continues to dominate the social media market.

Will the new change cause you to delete your Instagram or do you not care if someone gets paid for your grainy picture?