The company’s strategy of killing inactive accounts after two years shows the real risk of having one account for everything if the goal is to keep your content online forever.
It's not just porn: As a major deadline hits, archivists are speeding up their efforts to backup Imgur, and are asking for help from the community to archive the last batch of images.
It’s not just porn that’s getting deleted from Imgur. Millions of images that are embedded elsewhere will also eventually be taken down.
In response to Amazon’s shuttering of the bedrock digital photography community, developers are taking steps to protect the crowdsourced data and revive the community on brand new websites like DPRevied.
Worried that the Taliban will retaliate against anyone that worked with coalition forces, various agencies are scrubbing the internet of pictures, videos, and reports about the war.
Technologists are using scripts and tools to now pull noteworthy content from the huge Parler dataset.
The hacker, donk_enby, explained that she only scraped what was publicly available: "I hope that it can be used to hold people accountable and to prevent more death."
After removing the popular tool for claims of copyright infringement, Github has done a 180-degree turn on that decision.
Millions of books are secretly in the public domain thanks to a copyright loophole, a new project seeks to put them on the Internet Archive.
We keep screwing over yesterday’s technology due to an intent focus on what we’re doing today. The problem of planned obsolescence is only getting worse.
The nonprofit ‘Archangel Ancient Tree Archive’ made 75 ancient redwood clones using DNA from five ancient redwood stumps.
Following a ban on adult content, archivists raced to save Tumblr's NSFW communities—but some say the platform tried to stop them.