No more Instagram— Kate Walsh (@katewalsh) December 18, 2012 
Hey Instagram, these aren't the terms and conditions we were looking for. #BoycottInstagram — Darth Vader (@DepressedDarth) December 18, 2012 
Trust me, deleting your Instagram account is satisfying#itsthelittlethings — mia farrow (@MiaFarrow) December 18, 2012 
I WILL BE QUITTING INSTAGRAM TODAY. WHAT A BUMMER. YOU SHOULD ALL READ THEIR NEW RULES.— P!nk (@Pink) December 18, 2012 
Sorry I gotta delete you, Instagram. I liked your filters."Instagram Says It Now Has the Right to Sell Your Photos"m.cnet.com/news/instagram… — Kal Penn (@kalpenn) December 18, 2012 
Hacker group Anonymous via one of its many Twitter accounts is encouraging a boycott of Instagram, showing its follower ways they can quit, Mashable reports .
So i hear IG will start selling photos that posted for their own profit. Is this correct? If so then me and everyone i know will be OUT!!— LeBron James (@KingJames) December 18, 2012 
December 18, 2012 Over at Time  professional photographers described how the new terms would alter their use of the service. Peter van Agtmael , a photographer with Magnum, wrote : "I will leave Instagram if they don't change the terms. Beneath the chipper and misleading surface patter on the [service’s] intro page, the terms are deeply exploitative." "What they have done is signaled the end and failure of what could have been a revolutionary social media platform for visual communication," photographer Benjamin Lowy  wrote. "Now, I must take a step back and reassess my place on Instagram." [Image: Flickr usermarfis75 ]