If you’re a photographer on Instagram and you’ve had your picture stolen – congratulations, join the legions of other creators who have had their work ripped off by other users on the world’s largest photo sharing social media platform. FStoppers‘ Andy Day writes that not only is this practice common and rampant across the social media app, but it is tacitly condoned by Instagram which does next to nothing to help creators enforce their copyright. We recently wrote about Instagram’s introduction of a “Regram” feature – the ability to re-post a picture you like that another user has submitted to the site. It is believed such a feature will help reduce the rampant copyright infringement on the app. In a cogent summation of Instagram’s incentive to turn a blind eye to photo stealing, Day writes that more photos means more views which will inevitably translate into more users for the app, a cycle that feeds itself and is the engine of growth for the platform.