Kim Kardashian is taking a stand, people! She's fighting back against the injustice that affects her most:
Instagram's new Terms of Service agreement.
The company is under fire these days for language that implies it could sell its users' photos without compensation - and despite the Instagram co-founder issuing a statement to clarify this misconception, sources tell TMZ that Kardashian isn't buying it.
Easily the most popular person on that service with 5,726,343 followers (Justin Bieber is second at 4,366,729; President Obama third at 1,834,079), Kim is reportedly telling friends that she may leave if the policy isn't altered.
And she'll take her nearly six million fans to another photo-sharing agency.
It stands to reason that family members Khloe, Kylie, Kendall and Rob would follow Kim elsewhere, with each of these reality stars also ranking in the Instagram Top 10.
The moves actually would be a severe blow to the company, which raises the question:
If you run an organization that mostly services Kim Kardashian and her siblings, should you re-evaluate your life choices?