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Stolen Camera Finder Locates Your Camera?s Photos On The Web

collywobles 14 4.0k 10 United Kingdom
28 Apr 2011 1:59PM
It seems help is at hand guy's 'n' gals' see attached link.



PS: This does assume of course that ar*****e who has your camera also uploads to the web - I guess this is highly unlikely as if they nicked your camera of bought stolen goods then its unlikely they have the inteligence to operate a PC and upload images to a web.......... !

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bppowell 16 2.2k 2 England
28 Apr 2011 2:06PM
Your link does not work for me, unless I paste it in the browser

adrian_w Plus
10 3.7k 4 England
28 Apr 2011 2:08PM
someone's stolen the connection!
User_Removed 14 17.9k 8 Norway
28 Apr 2011 2:25PM
collywobles 14 4.0k 10 United Kingdom
28 Apr 2011 2:32PM
Thank Mike -- I'm not very good on these linky-linky thingies. Colin
meercat 9 278 United Kingdom
28 Apr 2011 2:47PM
Could be useful, worth a try if your camera has been stolen, and at least you can look at what it has taken since Tongue
Hugo 13 649 United Kingdom
28 Apr 2011 3:36PM
A good idea...but I think many big sites such as Facebook strip out all the metadata to save on space.
joshwa Plus
7 846 United Kingdom
28 Apr 2011 3:53PM
We've been testing it with several images / cameras, and talking to Mark (the guy who runs the site) about it, more details here:


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