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  • They may well be trying to build a Flickr killer, but I see the advantage firmly in Flickr’s favour and don’t think the recent adjustments will change this. I use both but prefer flickr for a number of reasons:

    1. None of the pesky and irritating concerns about ownership and the collection of personal information that fb is often accused of

    2. You can share your photos without sharing any other personal information.

    3. You can more easily restrict who sees what photos.

    4. you can join communities which a special interest in the types of photos you are interested in and get a detail in advice and help that I have yet to experience on FB.

    5. You can click on most photos and see how the photographer took it (shutter speed, camera, lighting, post processing, ect)

    Now that I have gone on, I am realising they may be after slightly different users.

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