Although the Google Photos app is only 10 months old, the service has already amassed more than 100 a million monthly active users. The reason Google's cloud-based photo management software has gained so many users so quickly? It automatically backs up all your images from all of your manoeuvre into one fundamental location, plus it collects pictures of the same people or objects into groups, and helps you find images in your archive with text searches. No wonder it's already change state an computation part of photo organization for so many people.
9 Shocking Stories of Stolen Digital Images - Oddee
A New York man has been accused of "digital kidnapping." He allegedly downloaded pictures of a Texas woman's daughter and posted them to his Facebook page, claiming the kid was his own. All finished his page," Danica Patterson (the real mother) claims. That's the only matter I can really say—it's scary." The man even posted comments on the pictures in an apparent effort to trick others into thinking the 4-year-old tyke was his own. "Ya'll can't say ma daughter not ma twin," say one post. different said, "Ma daughter gunna break y'all sons hearts." Patterson was made aware of the situation after someone unconcealed the pictures and tipped her off by causing her screenshots.
Woman reveals how she makes money by posting pictures of her FEET on Instagram
A WOMAN has revealed how she makes money by bill pictures of her feet on Instagram. Jessica Gould from Ontario in Canada, snaps photos of her feet and toes in various different positions for her 10,000 followers. And those who want to asking specific pictures of her feet can pay her through a paypal account, which she has detailed in her Instagram bio.