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Group’s rescue of old films preserves glimpse into past

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Search Engines to Push Down Pirate Sites in Search Results in Britain

Google and Microsoft’s Bing have signed up to a voluntary code of practice in the U.K. to make it more difficult for British internet users to find illegally streamed movies, music, and sport broadcasts.

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Diehard Coders Just Rescued NASA’s Earth Science Data

Diehard coders are building robust systems to monitor ongoing changes to government websites. And they’re keeping track of what’s been removed—to learn exactly when the pruning began.

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Google teams up with Kaggle to host $100,000 video classification challenge

Google and Kaggle today announced a new machine learning challenge that asks developers to find the best way to automatically tag videos.

Digital Cinematography Camera Makers Honored at SciTech Awards

During the awards ceremony, the film tech community celebrated the cameras that helped usher in the digital age of filmmaking and a total of 18 scientific and technical achievements.

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The Met Places Over 375,000 Artworks into the Public Domain for Unrestricted Use


A new web exhibit from the Texas Archive of the Moving Image

A film printed on paper?

"...with its distinct marriage of digital and analog. Read more here.

David Shepard, Silent Film Preservation Giant, Dies at 76

He restored most of the silent films in today's DVD and video collections.

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Librarian of Congress Seeks Input on Register of Copyrights

Deadline approaching. Submit here