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Photographer Sues Zillow for $81M for Scraping His Real Estate Photos


A real estate photographer has filed a lawsuit against Zillow, accusing the popular online real estate database of using his photos without permission. He’s seeking damages of $81 million or more. The American Genius reports that California/Nevada-based photographer George Gutenberg claims that Zillow scraped photos from Multiple Listing Services (MLSs) ...

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Polarr Deep Crop Uses AI to Auto-Crop Your Photos ‘Like a Pro’


The photo editing software company Polarr has launched a new iOS app called Deep Crop that uses AI to crop your photos ” like a professional photographer.” “Over the last 3 years, we’ve been exploring the intersection of artificial intelligence and human-computer interactions,” the company says. “The products we build ...

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Samsung’s New Galaxy A7 is its First Triple-Camera Phone


Samsung has announced the new Galaxy A7, the company’s first triple-camera smartphone. As dual cameras have become a norm in the industry, the South Korean electronics giant is adding a third module for even greater photography powers. The rear setup includes an 8MP ultra-wide f/2.4 camera, a 24MP f/1.7 standard ...

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Irish Justice Minister Proposes Ban on Photos of Police on Duty


Ireland Minister for Justice & Equality Charlie Flanagan sparked controversy yesterday by saying he would support legislation that would ban photographing the Gardaí (Ireland’s police service) in the course of their duties. Flanagan made the comments while a guest on RTÉ Radio One with broadcast journalist Sean O’Rourke. After his ...

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