Your days of lurking on Instagram without being logged in seem to be over. It's no longer possible to dig into a public Instagram account unless you're signed into your own.
It's not clear exactly when the change went into effect, but Mashable caught it and reported Wednesday that a Facebook spokesperson confirmed it.
Instagram didn't immediately respond to a request for comment.
We found that it was possible to scroll through a few rows of photos before being prompted to sign in, making it difficult to do a deep dive on anyone's account.
The move is in line with Instagram's decision earlier in October to, which gave folks a window into the posts and accounts their friends were engaging with.