Re: How do I undelete missing exif data?

Discussion in 'Digital Photography' started by -ART-, Jul 10, 2010.

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    -ART- Guest

    Savageduck wrote:

    >First, I have a feeling there might be more than one "hummingbird" in
    >the vast cyberworld.


    Quite right.
    The really REAl Hummingbird posted on alt.comp.freeware (until he went
    off to do some business) owns two of the images that the socialist
    "jak bute" has stolen and is now claiming as his own but is bellyaching
    about missing EXIF data. HB's originals probably still contain the EXIF
    data.



    >To clarify, are the images in bayimg.com links above, the allegedly
    >ripped off image.
    >Since the exif/iptc data has been stripped, your only options are to
    >replace the images, or demonstrate to bayimg.com you are the owner of
    >the images, and send them a take down order.
    >
    >Then, since you care about your images, I would take greater pains to
    >protect them if you are going to have them available anywhere on the
    >internet. I would check on the terms of whatever photo sharing service
    >you might be using are, to see what rights you might have forfeited.
    >Them take the appropriate action.



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    -ART-, Jul 10, 2010
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    jak bute Guest

    Spoofer "ART" wrote:
    >
    > Savageduck wrote:
    >
    >> On 2010-07-10 jak bute <> said:
    >>>
    >>> My panoramas have been stolen by psychopaths who have
    >>> removed the exif data. How can I restore the exif?
    >>>
    >>> Wimbledon, London, UK
    >>> http://bayimg.com/aANiGaAcf.jpg
    >>>
    >>> Pao de Acucar, Rio, Brazil
    >>> http://bayimg.com/cAnIKaACF.jpg
    >>>
    >>> View from my rooftop, R. Piragibe Frota Aguiar, Rio
    >>> http://www.postimage.org/image.php?v=TsvfXri
    >>>
    >>> -hb- (the REAL hummingbird)

    >>
    >> First, I have a feeling there might be more than one
    >> "hummingbird" in the vast cyberworld.
    >>
    >> To clarify, are the images in bayimg.com links above, the
    >> allegedly ripped off image. Since the exif/iptc data has
    >> been stripped, your only options are to replace the images,
    >> or demonstrate to bayimg.com you are the owner of the
    >> images, and send them a take down order.
    >>
    >> Then, since you care about your images, I would take
    >> greater pains to protect them if you are going to have them
    >> available anywhere on the internet. I would check on the
    >> terms of whatever photo sharing service you might be using
    >> are, to see what rights you might have forfeited. Them take
    >> the appropriate action.

    >
    > He really is the REAl Hummingbird who posts on
    > alt.comp.freeware and he owns two of the images that
    > psychopaths stole from his web site but the EXIF data
    > was removed.


    Thank you for your support, ART. As you say I am the REAL hummingbird.

    All 3 of my pictures belong to me. They were stolen by thieves who
    hacked my server when I invited them to look at my photos. I've now
    decided I didn't want them to see my pictures.

    Before you ask, I have never been to the Duangjitt Hotel in Patong in
    2007. I never wrote in their guestbook:

    "I enjoyed this hotel enormously. A fabulous place to stay with
    incredible tropical garden and two swimming pools. All I have
    left now are the dreams of paradise! Highly recommended. I hope
    to go there again in early 2008."

    http://groups.google.com/group/alt.comp.freeware/msg/aa132884741e4af5
    http://groups.google.co.uk/group/free.hipcrime/msg/2567affee8c86b09

    This is a picture of that hotel where I didn't stay.
    http://aff.bstatic.com/images/hotel/org/144/1447743.jpg

    What's more, I never stayed in the Bangkok Swiss Lodge in 2005 either
    and this is a picture where I didn't stay.
    http://www.tour-bangkok-legacies.com/images/hotels-in-silom-swiss-
    lodge.jpg


    -hb-
    (the REAL hummingbird)
    --
    "All truth passes through three stages.
    First, it is ridiculed, second it is violently opposed,
    and third, it is accepted as self-evident"
    (Arthur Schopenhauer)
    jak bute, Jul 12, 2010
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    jak bute2 Guest

    Spoofer "ART" wrote:
    >
    > Savageduck wrote:
    >
    >> On 2010-07-10 jak bute <> said:
    >>>
    >>> My panoramas have been stolen by psychopaths who have
    >>> removed the exif data. How can I restore the exif?
    >>>
    >>> Wimbledon, London, UK
    >>> http://bayimg.com/aANiGaAcf.jpg
    >>>
    >>> Pao de Acucar, Rio, Brazil
    >>> http://bayimg.com/cAnIKaACF.jpg
    >>>
    >>> View from my rooftop, R. Piragibe Frota Aguiar, Rio
    >>> http://www.postimage.org/image.php?v=TsvfXri
    >>>
    >>> -hb- (the REAL hummingbird)

    >>
    >> First, I have a feeling there might be more than one
    >> "hummingbird" in the vast cyberworld.
    >>
    >> To clarify, are the images in bayimg.com links above, the
    >> allegedly ripped off image. Since the exif/iptc data has
    >> been stripped, your only options are to replace the images,
    >> or demonstrate to bayimg.com you are the owner of the
    >> images, and send them a take down order.
    >>
    >> Then, since you care about your images, I would take
    >> greater pains to protect them if you are going to have them
    >> available anywhere on the internet. I would check on the
    >> terms of whatever photo sharing service you might be using
    >> are, to see what rights you might have forfeited. Them take
    >> the appropriate action.

    >
    > He really is the REAl Hummingbird who posts on
    > alt.comp.freeware and he owns two of the images that
    > psychopaths stole from his web site but the EXIF data
    > was removed.


    Thank you for your support, ART. As you say I am the REAL hummingbird.

    All 3 of the pictures belong to me. They were stolen by thieves who
    hacked my server when I invited them to look at my photos. I've now
    decided I didn't want them to see my pictures.

    Before you ask, I have never been to the Duangjitt Hotel in Patong in
    2007. I never wrote in their guestbook:

    "I enjoyed this hotel enormously. A fabulous place to stay with
    incredible tropical garden and two swimming pools. All I have
    left now are the dreams of paradise! Highly recommended. I hope
    to go there again in early 2008."

    http://groups.google.com/group/alt.comp.freeware/msg/aa132884741e4af5
    http://groups.google.co.uk/group/free.hipcrime/msg/2567affee8c86b09

    This is a picture of that hotel where I didn't stay.
    http://aff.bstatic.com/images/hotel/org/144/1447743.jpg

    What's more, I never stayed in the Bangkok Swiss Lodge in 2005 and this
    is a picture of where I didn't stay.
    http://www.tour-bangkok-legacies.com/images/hotels-in-silom-swiss-
    lodge.jpg


    -hb-
    (the REAL hummingbird)
    --
    "All truth passes through three stages.
    First, it is ridiculed, second it is violently opposed,
    and third, it is accepted as self-evident"
    (Arthur Schopenhauer)
    jak bute2, Jul 12, 2010
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    krishnananda Guest

    In article
    <>,
    jak bute2 <> wrote:

    >
    > All 3 of the pictures belong to me. They were stolen by thieves who
    > hacked my server when I invited them to look at my photos. I've now
    > decided I didn't want them to see my pictures.


    Please define "steal" in this circumstance:

    Did they copy your files from your server, leaving the originals alone?
    If so then you have the originals and presumably any EXIF data they
    originally had.

    Did they copy your files and then _delete_ them from your server? If so
    are they on a recent backup -- presumably with data intact?

    Did they copy your files and then _delete_ them from your server _and_
    you have no backup? That would put you in SOL territory.

    Do you have the originals safe but want to prevent the copies'
    unauthorized use? Then you have a case against the hosting sites they
    used, who should immediately remove them from _their_ servers.

    Do you want to prevent them from posting the files anywhere else? That's
    tricky since they could be anywhere. Using a service such as Digimark,
    which watermarks and tracks photos for copyright reasons, would be a
    reasonable expense.

    Unfortunately the people who misappropriated your images have digital
    files now, and you have no way to directly control what they do with
    them. Retaining an attorney and sending "cease-and-desist" letters to
    the purloiners and the hosting sites they use may be your only recourse
    (to be followed up with at least the threat of a lawsuit).
    krishnananda, Jul 12, 2010
    #4
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    krishnananda Guest

    In article
    <>,
    Franklin Stubbings za Pussy kAT <> wrote:

    > krishnananda <> wrote:
    >
    > >Please define "steal" in this circumstance:

    > [snip]
    >
    >
    > Do you wanna buy a bridge? :)
    >
    >
    > Franklin Stubbings-za kAT
    > "You have been targeted for denigration"


    No, but the pertinent part that you snipped does have to do with what
    the OP said, viz.

    "Did they copy your files and then _delete_ them from your server _and_
    you have no backup?" and permutations thereof.

    As in if someone copies a digital photo of a tree falling in the forest
    but leaves the original behind, is that more or less like stealing than
    (essentially) using it without permission? There is a difference in
    fact, tho' I suppose the law depends on the jurisdiction.

    I already have a lovely bridge -- but you know, it's never too late to
    start a really good bridge collection, so I'm making you his one-time
    offer to buy the bridge of your dreams _and_ be the first one on your
    block with two bridges.

    You could then be called Sir Franklin "Two-Bridges" Stubbings...
    krishnananda, Jul 13, 2010
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    Peter Guest

    "krishnananda" <> wrote in message
    news:...

    >
    > You could then be called Sir Franklin "Two-Bridges" Stubbings...


    As opposed to the huge Sir Conference, who got hat way from eating too much
    pi.

    --
    Peter
    Peter, Jul 13, 2010
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    Franklin Guest

    jak bute <> wrote:

    > Spoofer "ART" wrote:
    >>
    >> Savageduck wrote:
    >>
    >>> On 2010-07-10 jak bute <> said:
    >>>>
    >>>> My panoramas have been stolen by psychopaths who have
    >>>> removed the exif data. How can I restore the exif?
    >>>>
    >>>> Wimbledon, London, UK
    >>>> http://bayimg.com/aANiGaAcf.jpg
    >>>>
    >>>> Pao de Acucar, Rio, Brazil
    >>>> http://bayimg.com/cAnIKaACF.jpg
    >>>>
    >>>> View from my rooftop, R. Piragibe Frota Aguiar, Rio
    >>>> http://www.postimage.org/image.php?v=TsvfXri
    >>>>
    >>>> -hb- (the REAL hummingbird)
    >>>
    >>> First, I have a feeling there might be more than one
    >>> "hummingbird" in the vast cyberworld.
    >>>
    >>> To clarify, are the images in bayimg.com links above, the
    >>> allegedly ripped off image. Since the exif/iptc data has
    >>> been stripped, your only options are to replace the images,
    >>> or demonstrate to bayimg.com you are the owner of the
    >>> images, and send them a take down order.
    >>>
    >>> Then, since you care about your images, I would take
    >>> greater pains to protect them if you are going to have them
    >>> available anywhere on the internet. I would check on the
    >>> terms of whatever photo sharing service you might be using
    >>> are, to see what rights you might have forfeited. Them take
    >>> the appropriate action.

    >>
    >> He really is the REAl Hummingbird who posts on
    >> alt.comp.freeware and he owns two of the images that
    >> psychopaths stole from his web site but the EXIF data
    >> was removed.

    >
    > Thank you for your support, ART. As you say I am the REAL
    > hummingbird.
    >
    > All 3 of my pictures belong to me. They were stolen by thieves who
    > hacked my server when I invited them to look at my photos. I've now
    > decided I didn't want them to see my pictures.
    >
    > Before you ask, I have never been to the Duangjitt Hotel in Patong
    > in 2007. I never wrote in their guestbook:
    >
    > "I enjoyed this hotel enormously. A fabulous place to stay with
    > incredible tropical garden and two swimming pools. All I have
    > left now are the dreams of paradise! Highly recommended. I hope
    > to go there again in early 2008."
    >
    > http://groups.google.com/group/alt.comp.freeware/
    > msg/aa132884741e4af5
    > http://groups.google.co.uk/group/free.hipcrime/
    > msg/2567affee8c86b09
    >
    > This is a picture of that hotel where I didn't stay.
    > http://aff.bstatic.com/images/hotel/org/144/1447743.jpg
    >
    > What's more, I never stayed in the Bangkok Swiss Lodge in 2005
    > either and this is a picture where I didn't stay.
    >
    > http://www.tour-bangkok-legacies.com/images/hotels-in-silom-
    > swiss-lodge.jpg
    >
    >
    > -hb-
    > (the REAL hummingbird)



    ROFL. What will Chris Millbank say to get out of that?
    Franklin, Jul 13, 2010
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    hummingbird Guest

    On Tue, 13 Jul 2010 16:25:35 -0700, John McWilliams wrote :
    > Franklin wrote:
    > > jak bute <> wrote:
    > >
    > >> Spoofer "ART" wrote:
    > >>> Savageduck wrote:
    > >>>
    > >>>> On 2010-07-10 jak bute <> said:
    > >>>>> My panoramas have been stolen by psychopaths who have
    > >>>>> removed the exif data. How can I restore the exif?
    > >>>>>
    > >>>>> Wimbledon, London, UK
    > >>>>> http://bayimg.com/aANiGaAcf.jpg
    > >>>>>
    > >>>>> Pao de Acucar, Rio, Brazil
    > >>>>> http://bayimg.com/cAnIKaACF.jpg
    > >>>>>
    > >>>>> View from my rooftop, R. Piragibe Frota Aguiar, Rio
    > >>>>> http://www.postimage.org/image.php?v=TsvfXri
    > >>>>>
    > >>>>> -hb- (the REAL hummingbird)
    > >>>> First, I have a feeling there might be more than one
    > >>>> "hummingbird" in the vast cyberworld.
    > >>>>
    > >>>> To clarify, are the images in bayimg.com links above, the
    > >>>> allegedly ripped off image. Since the exif/iptc data has
    > >>>> been stripped, your only options are to replace the images,
    > >>>> or demonstrate to bayimg.com you are the owner of the
    > >>>> images, and send them a take down order.
    > >>>>
    > >>>> Then, since you care about your images, I would take
    > >>>> greater pains to protect them if you are going to have them
    > >>>> available anywhere on the internet. I would check on the
    > >>>> terms of whatever photo sharing service you might be using
    > >>>> are, to see what rights you might have forfeited. Them take
    > >>>> the appropriate action.
    > >>> He really is the REAl Hummingbird who posts on
    > >>> alt.comp.freeware and he owns two of the images that
    > >>> psychopaths stole from his web site but the EXIF data
    > >>> was removed.
    > >> Thank you for your support, ART. As you say I am the REAL
    > >> hummingbird.
    > >>
    > >> All 3 of my pictures belong to me. They were stolen by thieves who
    > >> hacked my server when I invited them to look at my photos. I've now
    > >> decided I didn't want them to see my pictures.
    > >>
    > >> Before you ask, I have never been to the Duangjitt Hotel in Patong
    > >> in 2007. I never wrote in their guestbook:
    > >>
    > >> "I enjoyed this hotel enormously. A fabulous place to stay with
    > >> incredible tropical garden and two swimming pools. All I have
    > >> left now are the dreams of paradise! Highly recommended. I hope
    > >> to go there again in early 2008."
    > >>
    > >> http://groups.google.com/group/alt.comp.freeware/
    > >> msg/aa132884741e4af5
    > >> http://groups.google.co.uk/group/free.hipcrime/
    > >> msg/2567affee8c86b09
    > >>
    > >> This is a picture of that hotel where I didn't stay.
    > >> http://aff.bstatic.com/images/hotel/org/144/1447743.jpg
    > >>
    > >> What's more, I never stayed in the Bangkok Swiss Lodge in 2005
    > >> either and this is a picture where I didn't stay.
    > >>
    > >> http://www.tour-bangkok-legacies.com/images/hotels-in-silom-
    > >> swiss-lodge.jpg
    > >>
    > >> -hb-
    > >> (the REAL hummingbird)

    > >
    > >
    > > ROFL. What will Chris Millbank say to get out of that?

    >
    > who cares


    I care. I don't want the worldwide public to know my personal details.
    Why should you know where I have stayed in Brazil? What business of yours
    is it what I do on vacation? I'm a private individual and I don't need
    your indifferent comments.

    -hb
    (the really REAL hummingbird)
    --
    "All truth passes through three stages.
    First, it is ridiculed, second it is violently opposed,
    and third, it is accepted as self-evident"
    (Arthur Schopenhauer)
    hummingbird, Jul 15, 2010
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    observer Guest

    Franklin (of ACF fame) forging as "the REAL Hummingbird" wrote:

    >I care. I don't want the worldwide public to know my personal details.
    >Why should you know where I have stayed in Brazil? What business of
    >yours is it what I do on vacation? I'm a private individual and I don't
    >need your indifferent comments.


    Franklin, you have finally descended into lunacy.

    Your growing number of forged posts tell any alert person what a complete
    whacko you are. However much you forge posts in the name of Hummingbird
    pretending to be him, you are not and never will be him. You are a simple
    fool who has achieved nothing of importance in your dull, miserable life,
    and no doubt you will die a very sad specimen of human waste wondering
    where it all went wrong.


    HTH
    observer, Jul 18, 2010
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