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Flickr slashes allowance for free users from 1TB to 1,000 images

5 monthes ago   |   By Tech Radar

Bad news for non-paying Flickr users: the formerly Yahoo-owned photo sharing site will be reducing its free cloud storage limit from a whopping 1TB to just 1,000 pictures, with plans to start deleting excess images early next year. Announced via blog post by Andrew Stadlen, VP of Product at Flickr, users on the site's Free tier will permanently lose access to any stored photos exceeding the new limit from February 2019. According to Stadlen, the decision was partly made due to the small number of free users who actually exceeded the new limit. "We looked at our members and found a clear...
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