Flickr

Flickr

Flickr is an image hosting and video hosting website founded by Caterina Fake.

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Timeline

Funding rounds

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Funding type
Funding round amount (USD)
Funding round date
Investment
Flickr angel round
1,500,000
December 1, 2006
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People

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Role
LinkedIn

Aditya Kashyap

Employee

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Employee

Ana Zavala

Employee

Andy Locascio

Employee

Archie Russell

Employee

Arno Tsay, Jr.

Employee

Ben Cerveny

Employee

Bertrand Fan

Employee

Caterina Fake

Founder

Catherine Keller

Employee

Chris Martin

Employee

Cyprien Noel

Employee

Daniel Bogan

Employee

Daniel Eiba

Employee

Dellawati Wijaya

Employee

Dick Hardt

Investor

Dunstan Orchard

Employee

Ed Johnson

Employee

Edson Soares

Employee

Elanna Belanger

Employee

Eric Socolofsky

Employee

Esther Dyson

Investor

Fiona Miller

Employee

George Oates

Employee

Georges Haddad

Employee

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Further reading

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Date
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Megan Hernbroth and Avery Hartmans
December 3, 2020
Business Insider
Slack started as a video game called "Glitch." Then it became so much more, and Stewart Butterfield has been the person overseeing it all.
Suzanne Humphries
November 22, 2020
www.reviewgeek.com
Screenshots are something most of us create on a regular basis but probably don't give much thought to. They're handy to preserve a visual for reference or evidence, and they're a quick way to share something funny or interesting. But if you're underwhelmed by your device's native screenshot program, you might want to upgrade to one of these great alternatives.
Chad O'Carroll
November 17, 2020
ComputerWeekly.com
Germany-based photographer Marco Verch uses computer scripts to populate the internet with topical images and photographs. People and companies who make mistakes in following the complex licensing terms of his 'free to share and adapt' photographs receive threatening 'legal' demands
Barbara Krasnoff
November 12, 2020
The Verge
Leaving Google Photos? What follows is a quick list of some of the top cloud services for photographers to store, show, and even sell their work, including Flickr, 500px, Photobucket, Amazon Photos, and DeviantArt.
March 20, 2020
DIY Photography
Around this time last year, the National Science Foundation and Event Horizon Telescope captured the first-ever photo of a black hole. Thanks to the latest research, future images will get even more impressive. The scientists have discovered a new method that will allow them to capture black hole photos in even more detail and perfectly ...
Connie Loizos
December 20, 2019
TechCrunch
When in April of last year, the photo hosting service SmugMug acquired the photo-hosting service Flickr from Verizon's digital media subsidiary, SmugMug CEO Don MacAskill said he was committed to breathing new life into the service, calling it "core to the entire fabric of the Internet." MacAskill didn't reveal at the time how much SmugMug [...]
Radio-Canada
October 11, 2019
Radio-Canada.ca
Une enquête du New York Times révèle qu'une populaire base de données dont se servent des entreprises comme Google et Amazon pour alimenter leurs algorithmes de reconnaissance faciale a puisé 4 millions de photos du site d'hébergement d'images et de vidéo Flickr, et que bon nombre d'entre elles mettent en scène des enfants.
Trevor Mogg
August 28, 2019
Digital Trends
If you see a photo in your Flickr collection that you think would make a nice print or piece of wall art, then a new service launched by the online company this week lets you place an order in a few quick clicks. A variety of styles and products are available, with options ranging from 49 cents to $50.
Chris Fox
April 9, 2019
BBC News
The photo-sharing site will let subscribers see if people have used their images without permission.
BBC News
March 13, 2019
BBC News
Some people are said to be unaware that their data had been used for a facial-recognition project.
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