Instagram revised its terms of service last December in an attempt to open new doors to potential advertisers. The change was met with intense user backlash, however, as many feared the popular photo-sharing service was looking to sell or license their personal photos without their consent. Lucy Rodriguez, being represented by the law firm Finkelstein & Krinsk, filed a class-action lawsuit against Instagram and owner Facebook for breach of contract and allegedly trying to “grab for customer property rights.” Judge William Alsup for the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California on Friday ruled that Rodriguez could not sue Instagram because procedural grounds for a class-action lawsuit were not met, CNET reported. The judge dismissed the case and also rejected a request to amend the claim. The law firm now intends to refile the case in San Francisco Superior Court.