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its probably going to be written in the small print somewhere on their website. Possibly under terms of use, or something.They can keep track of bandwidth, and if any images stand out to sucking all their bandwidth, then they can take action. Or, a built in program that once you reach the bandwidth limit, it prevents people from downloading the image.Have a look round the site where your uploading images too, its going to be somewhere :)

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