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Flickr sheds the Yahoo login requirement

5 monthes ago   |   By Geek News Central

Flickr has become one of the top photo sharing services online since its founding in 2004. It's extremely popular with pro photographers and bloggers. The company was sold to Yahoo and began requiring a Yahoo account to log in, but since April of this year, it has been owned by Smug Mug.
There was a problem there - many people don't have a Yahoo account, especially the younger ones. More importantly, many didn't want one.
Now that Flickr is out from under that umbrella, it is doing away that requirement. The photo-sharing service says it had many complaints about the proprietary login even...
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