I've just become aware of Imgur TOS change on May 15th 2023 could cause the loss of thousands of Stack Exchange images!, which quotes:
We will be focused on removing old, unused, and inactive content that is not tied to a user account
Stack Exchange has a corporate version of Imgur, whose links include
i.stack.imgur.com, leaving open the possibility that images which are hosted on Imgur outside of that URL could be removed.
Based on this search for url
https://imgur.com and score>= 1 on U&L, there are currently 109 posts (with a score above zero) that include links to
How should we address this potential change?
https://i.imgur.comand score ≥ 1 which would also be affected.