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Those who keep their eyes on obscure terms of service updates did a double-take freak-out last week when Facebook published rules that on first glance suggested that performances over Facebook or Instagram would be against the platform’s rules starting October 1. One particularly alarming sentence was, “You may not use videos on our Products to create a music listening experience.”

MURFREESBORO, Tenn. (BURRISS)  --  How many of you remember the myriad of stories you heard as children about the self-made millionaire? Or the stories of Horatio Alger, or later, Tom Swift? Today these morality tales generate a lot of “ho-hums” and eye-ball rolling. But here’s one that got my attention, and prompted me to do a little more research to see what the fuss is all about. It’s a free phone app called “Instagram.”

MURFREESBORO, Tenn. (WMOT) --  There’s an old, old saying that you can run but you can’t hide. And a corollary for the Internet age is that you shouldn’t post anything anywhere that you wouldn’t want you grandmother to see.