Professional and amateur photographers will have to face changes to UK's copyright law, which has been modified in order to allow others to use pictures posted in sites like Instagram, Flickr or Facebook.

New changes are included in the Enterprise and Regulatory Reform Act, a package of measures which was passed by Britain's Parliament on 26 April and moves power from citizens to US companies.  

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