When I was a child someone taught me that if you are right you should never apologize . So I am still trying to understand the reasons th...
As personal data pour onto mobile networks, American and British eavesdroppers are prying into so-called leaky apps to extract geographical data, address books and phone logs, secret documents show.
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Recollect backs up all the posts you share on social networks and makes it easier to search through them at a later date.
A group of researchers are putting social media to use in a new way, as a tool to save endangered and marginalized languages.
I've left Flickr. After many years as a loyal Flickr user, I decided not to extend my pro account and leave the popular photo sharing service altogether. Why? For starters, I couldn't find a satisfactory answer to a rather simple question: What would happen if Flickr fails? It may be difficult to imagine that Flickr
**** Update - This issue has now been resolved, payment has been agreed and an apology received - The Independent is a national and commercial newspaper in the UK. On the 5 - 6 January 2010 they used the Flickr API to search for and display images of snow scenes in the UK - amongst those images displayed was one of mine which is clearly marked on Flickr as "all rights reserved". They did not seek my permission for the use of my image. I am assuming they used the API without applying a filter on the licence type, this also means that other UK photographers may have had their copyrighted work used without permission; might be worth checking if you had any refers from the Independent on those days. Below, is a summary of the messages that have been exchanged between myself and Jimmy Leach the Editorial Director for Digital at The Independent; I found their initial reply both surprising and alarming.