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Liberating out-of-copyright photos from SmartFrame’s DRM

During the middle of the 20th Century, the UK’s Royal Air Force took thousands of photographs of the country from above. Think of it like a primitive Google Earth. Those photographs are “Crown Copyright”. For photographs created before 1st June 1957, the copyright expires after 50 years. Read more…

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The Royal Mint to build ‘world first’ plant to turn UK’s electronic waste into gold

Has announced plans to build a world first plant in South Wales to recover gold from UK electronic waste. The pioneering facility will help address a growing environmental issue, support jobs and skills in Britain, and create a new source of high quality precious metals for the business. The Royal Mint is using patented newContinue reading “The Royal Mint to build ‘world first’ plant to turn UK’s electronic waste into gold”