Wednesday, December 19, 2012

Mark Zuckerberg's friend list may soon be getting a little shorter.

The Facebook CEO has been catching flak since Instagram, which Facebook recently acquired, announced on Tuesday it will be changing its privacy policy to allow advertisers access to users' photographs.

Noah Kalina, the photographer for Zuckerberg and Priscilla Chan's wedding in May 2012, was one of the many to voice opposition. (He's the one who snapped this iconic photo.)

Kalina argued in an Instagram post on Tuesday:

"My name, face and photographs are not only valuable but my livelihood. You can not take those things from me for free ... If you want to use me or my work all you have to do is change this clause and say you will ask first. We can take it from there. If not, I have to leave, and a lot of friends are coming with."

Zuckerberg hasn't yet responded to Kalina's post. The new Instagram policies go into effect Jan. 16, 2013.