From the blogger who's looking to spice up a post to the hacker who needs a punchy image for her startup's Facebook ad, everyone is turning to freely and easily available Creative Commons content for a quick image fix.
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Image collection - "Two nights of rioting in London's Tottenham neighborhood erupted after protests over the shooting death by police of a local man, Mark Duggan. Police were arresting him when the shooting occurred."
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