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Google Image Search and Nekkid Girls

Google now allows you to search the web by images on the desktop- on Chrome and Firefox (with the appropriate addon).

Here is an explanation..

So, I started wondering..

Is it possible to use a nekkid picture, or self-shot, of a girl and find similar pictures (of her) or a list of the websites it was posted on?

Well, at this moment finding another picture of any girl is somewhat hard unless she is a true attention-whore. However it is easy to find out about every non-password protected website it was ever posted on along with the chronological order of posting (and in various image resolutions).

If you do a little extra work, it is possible to find out who posted it and use that info to trace it back to the subject of that picture. Between this development, Facebook face recognition and EXIF tags, my dream is slowly coming true.

I might post a few examples of my research, on this subject, in an upcoming post.

Comments?

  1. MetaThought
    June 18, 2011 at 3:41 pm

    I take it you haven’t heard of tineye ?
    Probably not as good as google though.

    I am aware of many smaller boards and sites that do that, but come on- google is gozilla as far as search is concerned.

  2. June 18, 2011 at 5:28 pm

    I’ve done this with exes. Usually I search for any files named *.jpg, *.avi on their computers.

  3. June 18, 2011 at 7:07 pm

    hahahaha * is the f@ckin’ wildcard

    ace of spades death card rules

  4. June 19, 2011 at 3:06 am

    Great.
    Last year it occured to me that you can do an image search by looking for patterns of bit sequences.
    So here it is done at last.

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