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The winners of the eighth international Mountain Photography Contest have been announced that features stunning images from outstandingly skilled adventure photographers. The Club Vasco de Camping Elkartea (CVCE) mountain club from San Sebastien in Spain has organized the prestigious contest for eight consecutive years, and thousands of photographers entered from around the globe. The jury
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Clearview AI is facing a £7.5 million (about $9,444,250) fine after the United Kingdom’s Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) found the company has broken data protection laws. The US-based Clearview AI collected more than 20 billion images of people’s faces globally to create an international online database for facial recognition. The majority of its database came
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An astrophotographer is facing two years imprisonment after he admitted to defrauding and stealing from a professional photographer’s association in Australia. Formerly-respected photographer Mark Culley used his Photoshop skills to forge bank statements and financial reports to fake the signature of an accountant in order to steal a total of $16,120 over the course of
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[embedded content] Dragonfish are a species of deep-sea predator and while there are many types of dragonfish, this particular bronze-colored species is incredibly rare. The Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute (MBARI) recently captured this exceedingly rare footage of a bronze-colored highfin dragonfish, or bathophilus flemingi, during a science expedition on its Western Flyer research vessel.
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