Though Instagram has vowed to remove controversial wording from its new terms of service, some users have said they won't be coming back to the app. And joining those users could be Kim Kardashian, the most followed Instagram user of all.
Kardashian, who has 5.7 million followers, voiced her concerns with Instagram after the Facebook-owned photo sharing app revealed a new terms of service on Monday that would take effect next month.
In those new terms, Instagram had wording that read as though it was giving itself the right to let companies pay to use people's photos for advertisements that would run within the social network's app without any compensation for users.
The next day, Instagram issued an apology, and said the wording in the new terms of service had simply been misinterpreted and that the terms of service would be revised.