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The world’s largest photo service just made its pictures free to use

06
Mar
2014

is dropping the watermark for the bulk of its collection, in exchange for an open-embed program that will let users drop in any image they want, as long as the service gets to append a footer at the bottom of the picture with a credit and link to the licensing page. But according to Craig Peters, a business development exec at , that ship sailed long ago. Looking at the pictures on Twitter, its hard to disagree. The new embeds strike directly at that kind of social sharing, with native code for sharing in Twitter and Tumblr alongside the traditional WordPress-friendly embed code.

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