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Free Service to Help Professional Photographers Identify Digital Image Theft

ImageRights International, a company that helps professional photographers and illustrators discover the illegal use of their intellectual property on the Web, is offering a free version of its online image recognition and recovery service to further expand efforts against image piracy.

With this new offering, the company’s advanced visual search and crawler technology will continuously scan websites and blogs to protect up to 10,000 images for professional photographers and illustrators. The crawler indexes millions of new images every month and uses powerful image recognition technology to compare customers’ photos and illustrations against images found on the Web. It then detects where the customers’ images have been used, even if the stolen photos have been altered, cropped, rotated or color adjusted. The customer receives a full report, including a picture of the original image, its use online, and the URL and ownership information for the website where it was found.

For more info: http://www.photography-news.com/2010/06/imagerights-international-offers-free.html

by Diana Topan at 2010-07-03 08:11:50 UTC | Bookmark | | Report spam→


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