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That the Parliament regrets that the Edinburgh-based social media photographic site, Blipfoto, has gone into liquidation; understands that the company's assets might be acquired by Polaroid, with whom it had recently established a partnership; commends what it sees as the vision and passion of Blipfoto's founder, Joe Tree, who, with the help of a dedicated group of colleagues, staff and members, has built over the last 10 years a world-wide creativity community that share a photograph every day; hopes that any new owner will recognise what it considers the positive and collaborative nature of Blipfoto and consult and nurture its diverse user base; understands that Blipfoto’s members are using the hashtag, #blipforever, to campaign for a secure future for the site and to have ongoing secure access to their data and pictures; commends to any new owner the positive benefits of the company retaining its HQ in Edinburgh, and hopes that what it sees as this uniquely successful Scottish start-up can continue to expand its global reach and membership.

Supported by: Kevin Stewart, Stewart Maxwell, Angus MacDonald, Stuart McMillan, Richard Lyle, Stewart Stevenson, Kenneth Gibson, Bill Kidd, Chic Brodie, Rob Gibson, Mike MacKenzie, Jean Urquhart, David Torrance, Sandra White, Gil Paterson, Colin Beattie, Dennis Robertson, Clare Adamson

Current Status: Fallen on 16/06/2015
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