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Thaichild

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I have someone harassing me on Facebook. They claim to have taken a photo from my Facebook page and used it to identify my cloud account allowing them to see all my photos. This person does not know my email or any personal information. My question is is it possible for a single photo to be traced to a specific cloud account?

Edited by Thaichild, 13 June 2015 - 07:01 PM.

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I can't see how they could. Whilst there are services that allow you to reverse search an image, such as TinEye, they'd be no good for anything that's not publicly indexable, such as the contents of your own private cloud storage.

 

Report the user to Facebook and to the police


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