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Celebrities fuel viral post that claims Instagram is changing its rules to let the site 'use your photos'

You’ve likely seen several versions of it before – the lengthy block of text urging social media users to assert that a site does not have permission to use their content in the wake of policy changes.

The latest example, which began circulating on Tuesday, claims ‘everything you’ve ever posted’ to Instagram ‘becomes public from today’ and can be used against you.
That is, unless you share the statement denying Instagram any permission to your posts.
Despite its obvious falsehood, many Instagram users have been falling for the viral copy-and-paste hoax this week – especially celebrities.

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