The second point is because I have been actively trying to avoid giving fb more data than absolutely necessary. No ill will towards Instagram.
Surely it's already too late. They bought your data.
Why do we allow companies to sell personal data on as part of the company? Should this be legislated against?
That would mean that if a malevolent owner decided to change T&C and sell all your private data youd have a legal recourse with which to stop them.
Personally I think that Opera's browser based server offers a way forward whereby a user would have all their data local and a FB like service would operate as a hub/link - like how bt services are pointers to distributed data.
Why not mandate that contact in case of any change of T&C? Owners of any level of malevolence can change those, not just after a sale.
I can barely endure the thought.