General Data Protection Regulation or GDPR: enforcement date – 25 May 2018. The GDPR covers the matter of online user data privacy rules for electronic communication and data protection. The regulation includes modern communication messengers and services, eg. Skype, Viber, Gmail, etc., that have not been previously mentioned in the former EU e-communication directives. more…
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One of our readers is interesting if there is any tools/algorithms to solve funcaptcha.
If you have any ideas or you’re willing to take this project please comment down here.
I want to extract the hotel name and the current room price of some hotels daily from https://www.expedia.ca/Hotel-
I am a small hotel owner and want those info quite often, and hope I can do it with codes automatically in someway. You are expert in this field, what is the easiest ways to get those information? Can you give me some example codes? more…
Recently I received a question on insurance leads:
Is this a legal method of acquiring insurance leads [from the web]? Are there any agent testimonials on the efficiency of this type of service?
Legality issue in web scraping
- Public info (prices, inventory info, public offers), i.e. everything that is not protected by copyright and available for scraping.
So far I have no insurance agent testimonies on the efficiency of any insurance lead scrape service. The web sites I searched [on the insurance leads] have given me the impression that the customer info they gather is highly secured (not viewable). I doubt that any sites are going to expose insurance leads. In most of them the leads are available by paid subscription plans.
If there are any such websites like insurance leads directories (public insurance quotes), we might develop a scraper that consistently grabs fresh or new info for further analysis. It does save the agent’s time for re-searching, re-visiting and so on. One scraper might work with multiple directory pages for scrape.
You might find it interesting to read about web page change tracking if you only need to see updates (no data storing applied).
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- host: lx567.certain.com (SFTP)
- user: igor_user
- password: testPass
For SSH access in a terminal type:
$ ssh email@example.com
then enter the password (testPass) at a password prompt.