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Photo Fakery Tackled By FourMatch: Software That Tells You When The Camera Lies Fourandsix Technologies has launched FourMatch, a software extension for Photoshop CS5/CS6 that analyses the authenticity of JPEG images. The software doesn’t analyse the image itself — those abilities will be coming in later tools — but rather sifts through the file metadata to determine whether it matches the original image capture. Playing around with the veracity of images — to make it look like you’re best buddies with Justin Timberlake, say, or to add one more missile than you actually have in your arsenal — has of course never been easier (although fake photos are pretty much as old as cameras, as Fourandsix’s fascinating Photo Tampering Gallery underlines). The startup, which is currently self-funded, sees a market for its fake flagging software in law enforcement — combating crimes such as child exploitation — and for legal professionals. FourMatch is available immediately via the company’s website — and is being priced at $890.
TechCrunch - The latest technology news and information on startups Seesmic - Seesmic connects you wherever you are. Full FinovateEurope 2011 Demo Roster Finally Revealed With FinovateEurope only 11 days away, it's finally time to reveal the full roster of 36 companies that will be demoing their latest financial technology innovations on stage in London. The companies are geographically diverse (coming from across Europe, North America and Asia) as well as diverse in the areas that they're innovating on (everything from online banking to security to marketing to online identity to ecommerce to investing to PFM to payments). On February 1st, 2011, the following companies (HQ locations in parentheses) will take the stage in London along with our guest host Chris Skinner: These companies will be showcasing their innovations to an audience of over 400 executives from companies like Santander, AXA, RBS, RBC, Lloyds, Deutsche Bank, PayPal, Forrester, CIBC, TSYS, Microsoft, Accel Partners, Rabobank, ING, Barclays, BBVA, Standard Chartered, PostFinance, Raiffeisenbank, Yahoo!Finance, WSJ Europe and Celent.
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