Marie Frederiksen, Cecilie Larsen Bronze

Digital & Technology

Year of study
3rd Year


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Have you ever wondered what happens to your photos after you post them online?

Misuse of private photos is a rising issue and involves a long list of cyber crime. But how can you know if your private photos are being used without your consent.

By using the internets largest search engine. Google.

Introducing Google Faceguard. A digital service that detects photos of you online using Google‘s face recognition algorithm. It can even find photos you didn’t know existed or thought were deleted.

Start by connecting the photos from your social media accounts and verify your face, then scan the web to detect if you photos appear anywhere else. The results will be categorised as either harmless or suspicious.