Person 1: “ You have Been instagramed! ”
Person 2: “ What seriously? ooh come on ”
Person 1: “ Yep, I have made your cool picture insta-mine and sold copies of it, I am keeping the money from the sales of the copies too. ”
Two New Terms Courtesy of Instagram
To quote the article by cnet entitled: Instagram says it now has the right to sell your photos, they state “Instagram said today that it has the perpetual right to sell users’ photographs without payment or notification”. Instagram just announced this policy change and if you have an account and do not agree to the terms you need to delete your account before January 16, 2013. See their TOS for yourself.
to be told one thing then later told another, make a dupe of; to be deceived; to be tricked.
Instagram, December 2012 – January 2013; < English; Related forms: in·sta·gram·able , as in “that person is instagramable. let’s tell them we will store their stuff for free, make copies of it and then sell the copies when they are not looking so we do not have to pay them”
to have something of yours instantly become the property of someone else and to not receive compensation for it;
Instagram, December 2012 – January 2013; < English; as in “that painting is nice, I declare it insta-mine and will now make copies of it to sell, oh and by the way I am not sharing any of the revenue with you because all the revenue is insta-mine as well”
It is similar to eminent domain, however unlike the government Instagram is not bound by the fifth amendment to repay you for taking your property, and the property will not be used for the public benefit, in fact it will be used so Facebook (the acquirer of Instagram) will be able to increase their revenue. So on second thought I guess it is nothing like eminent domain.