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With news of Yahoo’s monumental security breach affecting many Flickr users, and the recent concerns over Flickr users copyrighted images being misused across the internet, one has to wonder if the old Flickr Helper adage that if you don’t want your images and information used then you shouldn’t upload them to the internet. While that might be feasible for our images it is not really practical in this day and age to hide yourself away from the internet completely.
If you are concerned about how this security breach at Yahoo affects you at Flickr, I suggest you read this thread in the Flickr Help Forum.
I won’t speak anymore about the security breach, but I did want to add some thoughts on the “jellyfields” copyright infringement issue.
Jellyfields is a third party website that uses content from Flickr for an image database. The issue is not that they use such…
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