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  1. I was advised yesterday to uninstall Flash until there is a fix for a security vulnerability which was confirmed by Adobe and PCWorld: http://blogs.adobe.com/psirt/ http://www.pcworld.com/article/2878792/flash-player-plagued-by-third-zeroday-flaw-in-a-month-updates-coming.html So now it's impossible to manage my images on Alamy. Presumably it'll be fixed soon, but an alternative to Flash would be nice.
  2. We have a number of measures in place to fight the attack of daily spam we get but despite all of them, occasional posts still make it onto the board. For that reason we now have a new rule where your first post on the forum must be approved by a moderator before it goes live. This will be for your first post only - after that you are free to post as normal. This means that for new sign-ups, there might be a slight delay in seeing your post live, especially over weekends where our moderating cover will be limited. Many thanks. Alamy
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