Enraged over Instagram's drastic policy change? You're not alone.
The popular photo-sharing site announced a new intellectual-property policy Monday, which takes effect on Jan. 16, granting the now Facebook-owned company the perpetual right to sell users' photographs without compensation or notification.
Translation? That gorgeous sunset photo you took last Tuesday could end up in a nice California ad campaign, and you won't be notified or paid for the use of your shot.
Well, celebs certainly seem to think so, and a slew of dissatisfied stars have taken to Twitter to share their anger.
Khloé Kardashian Odom: "Wow…I just read over Instagram's new policy...so sad, looks like I might be deleting my instagram after Jan 16. I hope something changes"
Tiffani Thiessan: "Really sad to have to end my luv 4 @instagram. Will be deleting my account due 2 their ridiculous new terms."
Rosario Dawson: "Nice! Thanks! Gonna make sure my photos on Instagram are backed up & then switch to Tadaa! @Stop_Think_plz just created an account on tadaa!"
Michelle Branch: "Bummer about Instagram. Where will I post all my food pics now!? Haha. #RIPInstagram"
What do you think of the dramatic policy change? Tell us in the comments!