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Re the locked stolen photo what to do thread

User_Removed 14 3.3k 4 United Kingdom
21 Dec 2012 8:16PM
It might just be there so that you have an "undo" available. I wouldn't worry about it too much, hard to tell how much impact those sites will have but wouldn't think too much. If you get a popular wallpaper site hotlinking your images it can soak up your monthly bandwidth allowance.

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GlennH 13 1.9k 1 France
21 Dec 2012 8:57PM
I was a little overzealous, it seems. A Japanese portal for Google Images?

Haven't a clue really how Google Images works, except that only the thumbnails are cached. Does the bigger preview still use the host site's bandwidth?
Jestertheclown 9 7.7k 252 England
21 Dec 2012 8:58PM
I agree.
Deletion looked like the easy fix and it might yet still work; when I last tried it was telling me that there's a 'server error.' I've found that that's not uncommon using 'Google sites,' I've built a few and it always seems to eventually right itself.
Either way, it's not causing me a problem so I'm not particularly concerned. I suppose really that I should feel flattered!

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