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  1. Today I discovered that I couldn't do a reverse image search using my tried and trusted Google Image Search Chrome extension and had to download it again. Luckily for me I downloaded a different image search extension which allows you to search multiple sites (30) simultaneously e.g. Google, Bing, Yandex, Baidu and TinEye https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/search-by-image/cnojnbdhbhnkbcieeekonklommdnndci?hl=en Probably old hat for most people but it was new to me so I thought I would share. Hope it is useful. 🙂
  2. Article on bellingcat about reverse image search- https://www.bellingcat.com/resources/how-tos/2019/12/26/guide-to-using-reverse-image-search-for-investigations/ the article is not intended for stock photographers but it might be useful.
  3. Three UKNS just popped in, and as usual, I tried right clicking on each one on its file page to try to find the in-use, but the only option I can get is to 'save the preview'. I can right click on images from other sites, and even those in the forum and get that option and many others - is this a new policy to prevent reverse-searching? Reason? Or just a conflict with Chrome? Oh, maybe it's a way to stop potential buyers checking to see if a file can be bought more cheaply elsewhere. Just realised.
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