Who Stole My Pictures Is A Firefox Extension That Helps You Locate Copied Images

Firefox: If you're worried people might be using an image of yours without telling you, Who Stole My Pictures is an extension for Firefox that lets you reverse search with a simple right-click.

Instead of just using one service, Who Stole My Pictures makes use of Yandex, Tineye, Google, Baidu and Cydral to search for your image. With a simple click you can open all five search engines at once to see if anyone has snagged your pictures without credit. It's similar to the previously featured previously mentioned Search By Image extension for both Firefox and Chrome, but adds a few more engines to sift through.

Who Stole My Pictures? [via Ghacks


Comments

    Tineye is great. Use it quite often.
    Ill give this a whirl.

    Baidu is a great option to have when I want to bust my Chinese students for plagiarism

    It shows a lack of dedication when people steal without thinking of the consequences. These searches are usually easy to defeat by changing the name of the image, for example from "starry night" to "image1". Then, just to be sure [if you are really paranoid - and it often proves to be a useful trait], type "remove data info from images" into Google and use whatever is relevant to you. Hope this helps you pass your next exam!!!

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