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Nikon Image Space Sets One-Year Limit On Inactive Accounts Share This on LinkedIn   Share This on Google   Tweet This   Forward This

28 July 2016

In an email to members today, Nikon Image Space announced an "important policy" designed to deal with what it termed "inactive accounts." The company has updated its Terms of Use to note that "uploaded images will be kept for one year from the date of last login."

To extend your storage period, the email explained, you simply have to log in. With each log in, the storage period is reset to a year more.

In the past, Nikon Image Space would send an email warning there has been no activity on an account. The email does not address this policy.

Failure to log in within a year, will cause your assets to be deleted. "Deleted photos, movies, albums and boxes cannot be recovered," the email notes.

For more information see the text of the email below.

Important Notice From "Nikon Image Space" Concerning Images in Inactive Accounts

Note: This message is for all "Nikon Image Space" members.

Thank you for using "Nikon Image Space."

As of Feb. 22, the Terms of Use state that uploaded images will be kept for one year from the date of last login.

Terms of Use:

This storage period is automatically extended if you log in within a year.

If you do not log in for a full year, all your stored photos and movies will be deleted.

Deleted photos, movies, albums and boxes cannot be recovered.

We ask for your understanding in this matter.

We hope that you will continue to enjoy "Nikon Image Space" in future.

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