Poynter: Dubawa Ghana, Nigeria's first indigenous independent verification and fact checking project spreads culture of fact-checking at training
Slate: Steps to protect yourself from 'doxers', try reverse image searches to see how and where your photos are being used online.
journalism.co.uk: Newsrooms should use visual fact-checking tools, such as TinEye, to spot doctored content
Tom's Guide: Best Google Chrome extensions of 2020
AFP Fact Check: This photo shows the Anak Krakatau volcano erupting in Indonesia in 2009
Poynter: How to use your phone to spot fake images surrounding the U.S.-Iran conflict
CNET: Amazon rainforest fires: How to spot inaccurate photos on social media
Creative Bloq: 10 essential Firefox add-ons for designers
The New York Times: 6 Google Tricks That Will Turn You Into an Internet Detective
ProgrammableWeb: 13 Top Recognition APIs
WNIP: Fighting fake news: 5 free (but powerful) tools for journalists
Le Monde: Six techniques pour vérifier une information sur un réseau social
Search Engine Journal: The 10 Best Image Search Engines
Wired: What We Like When We Like Eggs on Instagram
Econsultancy: The future of visual search: smart glasses, AR and retail opportunity
Apollo Magazine: How high-resolution photography is changing the way we look at art
Bangor Daily News: Expert: Photo showing killer whale off Maine coast is a fake
news4jax.com: Florida widow loses $270,000 after falling in love online
GeekWire: Seattle engineer creates Cluck, a Chrome extension to identify scams in Craigslist apartment listings
Forbes: Free Marketing Tools Every Small Business Marketer Should Try
Wired: 9 of the best Firefox add-ons to make your life easier
Wired: 8 of the best Google Chrome Extensions to make your life easier
The Verge: The story of the internet, as told by Know Your Meme
Vox: Racist trolls are saying Black Panther fans attacked them. They're lying.
The New Daily: How to spot fake news, hoax images
The Diplomat: Fake News Busting in India
Romper: How To Check If Your Kid's Photos Have Been Stolen
Study International: 4 useful search extensions you would be silly to go without while studying
WTSP: Family's photo used dozens of times on fake breeder websites
Silicon Angle: Pornhub deploys artificial intelligence platform to identify and tag porn stars
DW.com: How fake news is widening social rifts in India
Nieman Lab: News verification platform Truly Media wants to help German news orgs combat fake news ahead of Germany's election
Los Angeles Times: Your guide to spotting 'fake news' about Harvey (hint: there's no shark on the highway)
Gizmodo: How Medical Woes Turned a Retired Professor Into the Face of Fatalism Online
Global News: A man-eating great white shark wasn't caught in Lac-St.-Jean (or Lake Michigan either)
Press Gazette: Social media copyright lessons for journalists from the Khloe Kardashian case
Global News: New York Muslims didn't burn US flag – cropped photo was from 2012 in Bangladesh
Dispatch Live: No truth to photo of EL anaconda
Motherboard (Vice): Awfully Polite Hackers Allegedly Hijacked This Mall Billboard
Global Voices: When a Picture Is Worth a Thousand Wrong Words
Stuff: Auckland woman's life stolen to set up online relationship with American boxer
Global News: Fake news: No, strangers can't find you on Facebook by taking pictures of you on the street
BetaNews: Find edited and hi-res versions of an image with TinEye
Engadget: Everything that you need to know about Reverse Image Search
Newsweek: How to Attach Original Metadata to Every Photo, Meme, and GIF on the Internet
Gizmodo (ES): Cazando fakes: cómo saber rápidamente si una imagen de Internet es falsa
New Statesman: You shouldn't believe your eyes: how to identify fake images online
ZDnet: Reverse image searching made easy…
The Toronto Star: Can web tools tell you if a photo is fake?
Le Monde: Cologne : de vraies agressions qui suscitent de fausses images
Press Gazette: Six online tools to quickly sort fact from fiction with viral news
CBC: Bloc Québécois apologizes for using Pennsylvania farm in agriculture ad
Meetings & Conventions: A Primer on Photo Ownership
Columbia Journalism Review: Can this rogue fact-checker make a difference on Twitter?
journalism.co.uk: Debunking photo-fakes: Advice for image verification
HuffPost: Pro Tips to Track Results From Infographics
ahrefs blog: Building Links With Images: Where To Start And How To Automate It?
Business Insider: 2 out of 3 wine apps use TinEye's image recognition technologies to power wine label recognition
Libération: Ceci n'est pas la photo de deux orphelins du séisme au Népal
BBC: Who's that girl? The curious case of Leah Palmer
Boing Boing: A critical tool you should use during times of civil unrest: image search, to verify viral photos on social media
Wired: How to Be a Good Internet Citizen During Breaking News
New York Public Library: How To Find Photographs and Images in the Library and Beyond
Journalist's Resource: Tools for verifying and assessing the validity of social media and user-generated content
Whine Seller: Why crediting the original source is in your best interests
Beebom: Reverse Image Search Engines, Apps And Its Uses
France Info: Contre Boko Haram, ces guerrières qui n'existent pas
AllAfrica: Nigeria: Story of 'Gutsy Bravehearts' Who Fought Off Boko Haram Is a Hoax
CNET: 5 tips for finding anything, about anyone, online
The South African: What really happened in Baga, Nigeria?
MakeUseOf: The Best Websites On The Internet
David Crow: A Golden Age for Indie Business
France Info: L'image de l'horreur au Pakistan vient d'Israël
roget.biz: Recherche de photo de la même couleur avec en plus des tags
Search Engine Journal: 5 Easy Link Building Tactics for Small Business
NextShark: Gary Vaynerchuk Shows How Not to Enjoy Wine Like a Snob with ‘Delectable’ App
MakeUseOf: Concerned About Copyright? A Guide For Legally Using Images On The Web
journalism.co.uk: 10 Firefox add-ons for journalists
betakit: Toronto Mini Maker Faire Takes Over Toronto Reference Library This Weekend
Fox Business: Wine at the push of a button
Krebs On Security: ‘Microsoft Partner’ Claims Fuel Support Scams
I Love Free Software: Free Image Search Engine to Search Images by Colors
MediaShift: 15 Tips and Tools for Using Social Media as a Reporting Tool
Colour Lovers: 10 Must-Have Tools for Design Inspiration ~ Guest Post
Adland: Picpedant: battling copyright infringement, twitter spam and false info with snarky corrections
CXL: Stock Photography vs. Real Photos: Can't We Use Both?
The Guardian: Digital journalists have great chance to develop much-needed transparency
France Info: Réseaux sociaux : un volcan islandais peut en cacher bien d'autres
Stuff: This week's 10 most addictive internet sensations including TinEye color search
MediaShift: Shifting teaching from classroom to online: your digital toolbox
La Dépêche: Femmes voilées devant une CAF : la photo truquée qui fait le tour du web
Columbia Journalism Review: How to check if that viral video is true
LaGecko & Fly: How to verify fake photos
The Washington Post: Spy agency using artist work without permission
Karen Blakeman's Blog: Anything but Google
journalism.co.uk: The web at 25: tools for journalists
AdWeek: SXSWi Day 3: Four Challenges of Social News Gathering (Some May Surprise You)
Design Shack: The simple guide to creative commons resources
Poynter: Online News Association: 5 ethical challenges of social news gathering
BBC: BBC Technology: How to protect the photos you post online
Skeptical Software Tools: See how to debunk viral photos in seconds using image search
BBC: UGC: Source, check and stay on top of technology
Boston.com: How to curate content ethically, avoid piracy
Business 2 Community: Is Your Content Curation Ethical? A 10-Step Checklist
Shutterstock: 4 Ways of Tracking and Protecting Your Images Online
MakeUseOf: Top 6 Visual Search Engines for Finding the Image You Want
Designer Daily: 6 useful tools for color Inspiration
Brit+Co: 5 Sites That Let You Search By Color
TinEye blog: Introducing MulticolorEngine: Cloud based color search
TechHive: Don't get fooled by a fake photograph
The Sydney Morning Herald: The Sandy photographs that weren't
MakeUseOf: Check out more uses of a TinEye reverse image search
BlogWorld: Who Swiped Photos from Your Blog? If You Care, These Tools Can Help
NBC News: The real story behind the incredible storm photo that just won't die
Konrad Weber: How ARD, BBC and CNN verify content from the social web
Photoshelter Photographer Blog: This tool helps you find copies of your images on the internet
Lifehacker: How to keep track of how other people are using your media online
Digital Journal: TinEye sponsors Toronto's Global Random Hacks of Kindness event
TechNewsWorld: Leaving your mark on the web
The Next Web: 30 specialist (and super smart) search engines
Slaw: American Bar Association TechShow: 60 sites in 60 minutes
ABA: American Bar Association: Techshow's favorite website for lawyers
High Museum of Art: TinEye enhances the High Museum ArtClix mobile application
Lifehacker: TinEye Client Finds Similar Images with a Right-Click
TinEye blog: TinEye now with a 2 Billion image index
The Next Web: 5 Ways to Protect your Work Online
The Wall Street Journal: Online, is Dream Date a Scam
ProBlogger: 15 Blogger Resources Including TinEye
Vagebond's Movie Quiz: When TinEye kills the movie quiz!
ECommerce Bytes: Two Photo Tools for Online Merchants including TinEye
Brain Pickings: TinEye: An Image Search Engine that will change your life
Lifehacker Japan: TinEye Chrome Extension on LifeHacker
ZDnet: SEO Sleuth: How to Track Down a Target CSI-Style
TechRadar: 20 search engines that do something different
Search Engine Land: Protecting your IP
Notebook Review: TinEye: Best Firefox Shopping Add-on for the Holidays
Mashable: Snooth licenses TinEye's image recognition to power its iphone application for identifying wines
L’Atelier des icônes: Owni, France's digital journalism site, uses TinEye for its visual exploration of a French icon: President Sarkozy
Reader's Digest Asia: Avoid online scams with TinEye
BBC: TinEye helps catch online property scam (BBC)
International Journalists Network: TinEye extension is a top add-on for journalists
Google Blog: Google chooses TinEye as top Chrome extension
Digital Inspiration blog: Hunt down anonymous email addresses using TinEye
MakeUseOf: TinEye one of makeuseof.com's 5 most advanced search engines
Plagiarism Today: 11 Free Copyright Tools for Photographers and Artists
BloggingPro: Blogging Pitfalls: Using Google as a Stock Photo Site
CNN SciTechBlog: 4 tools to help reclaim Facebook privacy
Architect Magazine: TinEye scours the Internet to discover if that image is being used elsewhere
Thomas Hawk: Top 10 Ways to Get Attention on Flickr including TinEye
National Post: Facebook, privacy advocates square off over what's public and what's protected
Network World: Keeping an eye on your image
Macworld: Eight great sites for photography lovers
TinEye blog: TinEye launches the TinEye Chrome Plugin which allows single click image searching when using the Chrome browser.
Los Angeles Times: TinEye enables users to track photos
Ian Greenleigh blog: For images, Tineye is probably the best source for image plagiarism detection. Jonathan Bailey as interviewed by Ian Greenleigh
TinEye blog: TinEye now accepting image collection submissions
addons.mozilla.org: TinEye [Firefox add-on] gets over half a million downloads
TinEye blog: The TinEye API has arrived!
TechHive: Finding your photos online.
Lifehacker: TinEye Adds Reverse Image Lookup to Firefox
TinEye blog: TinEye partners with Photoshelter, making it easy to find the original author of a photograph.
The Telegraph: TinEye in The UK Telegraph debunking the British National Party campaign images.
TinEye blog: Kim Komando, America's Digital Goddess, nominates TinEye as a Cool Site of the Day
Scientific American: Sleuthing 101
Wired: TinEye to Announce Index of Over 1 Billion Images, Email Alerts, iPhone App by Chris Snyder
Boing Boing: Multicolr - stunningly elegant Flickr tool
IT World Canada: Image search firms target police, marketing users
Born Digital: TinEye: An Image is Your Search Query
Information Week: TinEye Image Search Finds Copyright Infringers
Ars Technica: TinEye image search helps ferret out copyright ripoffs
Softpedia: "An image search engine that promises to revolutionize the market."
Plagiarism Today: TinEye: Protecting Images, Preventing Orphans
Inquisitr: TinEye: Tracking your images, pixel-by-pixel
TelNews.ru: Image Search is Becoming Better by Hope Balovsyak
Net-Actuality: TinEye, invitations disponibles
Sayest blog: TinEye Image Search Engine
The Utah Art Blog: "A new cool search engine for images." by Breck
Photo Business News: "TinEye Oh My!" by John Harrington
Arthur Gebuys on Flickr: TinEye.com - a very cool tool!
Martin Joergensen on Nikonians blog: Idée: Full of Ideas
Korben: TinEye, pour trouver des photos identiques sur le net
arablibrarians.blogspot.com: TinEye - Look for photos with pictures (in Arabic)
MakeUseOf: "TinEye - Searching For Images With An Image"
StartupNorth blog: Ten Web Startups to Watch by David Crow
Black Star Rising: Online Tools to Stay Competitive in the Digital Age by Mike Fox
New IT Interest Group blog: LILI IT Interest Group demos TinEye as a tool for use in library instruction
Microstock Photography blog: "A great tool to have in the toolbox"
The Photozone By Alistair Scott: "I recommend you try TinEye. It's remarkable."
Dust and Rust A photo blog by Sean Unruh: TinEye Discovers cNet CopyRight Violations
Michael Brown, Macro Art In Nature: "Wow!...it has been nearly impossible to find your images being used elsewhere on the internet or in print....Until now!"
Jim Goldstein from EXIF and Beyond: interviews Leila Boujnane about Idée's visual search technologies, the history of the company and the current capabilities and future direction of TinEye.
Google Blogoscoped: TinEye Image Comparison Search
Microstock Secrets: TinEye Review
An American Photographer in Rural England by Jame O'Rear: TinEye: Coolest Thing on the Planet
Popular Photography: TinEye featured in Popular Photography as "a major player in the image-search arena."
jmg-galleries.com: "Although Google is the 800 pound gorilla of search they've been beat to the punch by Idée Inc."
TechCrunch: "I've seen my fair share of image search demos, and they usually promise far more than they deliver. But last week, I finally saw one that deserves the name. It is called TinEye."
Microstock Diaries blog: Microstock Diaries review of TinEye
Ryan Coleman blog: "Idée is easily, and inexplicably, one of Toronto's best kept tech secrets."
bit-tech: An interesting shake-up in an otherwise stagnant search market
TinEye: Canada's National Post features Idée in their article "Idée's TinEye next frontier in Web searches" by David George-Cosh
CNET: TinEye: Search the Web with images instead of words
Mathew Ingram: Idée launches TinEye image search
StartupNorth blog: Idée TinEye in limited beta
TinEye blog: Idée Inc. launches TinEye, the world's first image identification based web search engine.
Mark Evans: Idée's Image Search Engine