TinEye helps Sheila Smart recover 1000 euros and that makes us happy. Here is her image and its unlicensed usage on a book cover:
I now know that I am not the only one who is TinEye-ing every single image I come across on the internet. I have become a TinEye addict. I am soon going to need to start a TinEye Anonymous group: Hello my name is Leila and I am addicted to TinEye! I bet I would […]
Note 1 (June 2): As @InvisbleGreen pointed out; the images could actually be licensed and the photographer simply lying about their origin. So a blatant lie but not theft per say. Note 2 (June2): the photographs have been removed from the website without explanation so they were likely never licensed. See the website screenshot at […]
Derek has a great little article about TinEye and the future of image recognition driven search over at About the Image. Since the launch of TinEye I have been keeping an eye out for images that I constantly see being used in outreach and marketing campaigns and I have noticed quite a few Everywhere Girls. […]
Kim Komando – America’s digital goddess! – liked TinEye enough to review it and make it a cool site of the day! TinEye deserves his Kim Komando Kudos! and the nice traffic spike. Thank you Kim!
By now you are all (too) familiar with the EverywhereGirl… but the Praegnanz.de blog in Germany seems to have found the German Everywhere Girl. All these stock photography business images are becoming all too familiar! and TinEye‘s detective work finds her traveling beyond Germany! Stand out from the crowds and use TinEye next time you […]
I find it interesting to look at the sites that are generating traffic for TinEye and as I was doing that a few weeks ago I noticed that Reddit had done it again. Looking at the referrers this URL jumped out and I think the world has found its parked domain girl! This girl – […]
Well TinEye is a myth debunker! He is a fake photo buster. A couple of days ago the UK Telegraph reported that there was perhaps a giant snake lurking in the Borneo river but Mark Frauenfelder from BoingBoing smelled a doctored photograph: Via BoingBoing: My unexpert analysis concludes that these photos of a 100-foot long […]
Well, that’s what they tell me. I love getting links to TinEye stories. This little reverse search engine is turning out to be quite useful. These little kudos, comments and links make me smile daily. I guess I am easily pleased! :)
TinEye makes website of the day over at PopWatch. Well thank you Entertainment Weekly! That’s awesome.