Introducing MyHeritage’s Revolutionary Website, Providing Unlimited Access to Countless Historical Newspaper Pages

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MyHeritage announced today that it’s launching, a new website that offers access to thousands of historical newspapers, mainly from the 1800s and 1900s. The website allows genealogists, educators, researchers, and history enthusiasts to search for articles about people and events throughout history. At launch, the website includes newspapers from publications across the U.S., Canada, U.K., Austria, the Netherlands, and Australia. “Historical newspapers contain a wealth of information and provide an unparalleled level of detail about the past,” said MyHeritage CEO and founder Gilad Japhet in a press release. “We are launching to serve as our focal point for historical newspapers, with a robust content offering.

Lawsuit Dropped: Meta vs. Bright Data for Selling Multitudes of Instagram Records

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Meta has dropped its lawsuit against an Israeli web scraping company Bright Data, after losing a key claim in its case a few weeks ago. Beyond being just another case of web scraping, what made this case particularly interesting was that Meta was a Bright Data customer at one time. However, when Bright Data scraped Meta’s own data, the company sued. “This concession by Meta is a pivotal moment for Bright Data and the web scraping community. “Bright Data remains committed to keeping public web data freely accessible to everyone.