News Police may use reflections in digital photos to catch child abusers

Discussion in 'Gaming & Media' started by Extraterrestrial, Jan 2, 2014.

  1. Reflections from the eyes of child sex abuse victims in digital photographs could be used by police to catch paedophiles.

    According to new research from two UK universities, the images of people reflected in the victim's eye can be identified with the help of advanced camera technology.

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    Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/art...photos-catch-child-abusers.html#ixzz2pITqJqn6


    Anyone else find this more disturbing than the actual pedos? SKYNET IS FORREALS REAL.
     
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  2. I'm not sure I understand how this would work. It seems like someone would have to be near the victim snapping photographs of a person's pupil to make this work. It doesn't seem like a practical solution, not to mention it looks really creepy.
     
  3. I don't get how you can tell a pedo from a picture. Have you been to Walmart? I mean come on, some people just look like they are on something, not to be mean, but its true.
     
  4. wait.... what?
     
  5. I'm so confused...
     
  6. lol the image taken from said eye would be the last thing the child ever saw. I think the evidence would be stacked enough.

    It's crazy this just got posted, as i was reading it earlier today from the ONS/EAR board i hit up in their threads. Do I think it's possible? Yes. Do i think it will be credible for prosecuting people? Not for at least another decade. Still though, pretty damn interesting read, but I tend to think about it like early DNA, it's going to be really hard to get that image how you will want it, and you will risk losing it all with one mistake - for now.
     
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  7. The last thing they ever seen if they were murdered? I thought it was just for child abuse not murders

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  8. I get your point though, I think it's bogus. Much like profiling former prisoners on who is more of a risk to offend.
     
  9. well and it will be hard to convince anyone with certainty that the person in the picture is actually said defendant. I think it will be great in upcoming decades but yeah i assume it will require murder or those terrible deals where kids are pictured in for chimo shit.
     
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  10. So what this article is really about is being able to take a photo and see people in your eye.
     
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  11. yes but there is work also on the possibility of reanimating eyes after deceased to play back if you can - the horror movie it was used in before was creepy as hell but it's interesting to see how it goes.

    I think it should also be noted the pedos wont be using 800$ cannon cameras, making the work much harder...i have to assume.
     
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  12. Sort of like when I stare at the sun and see those 6 black / purple dots floating in my vision. It burns? I dunno bout that, will have to see it to believe it.
     
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  13. 100% agree. Is it possible? Anything is possible really, but will it be credible in court? [​IMG]
     
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  14. Yeah if it is possible that is sweet, but I'd use it for other things rather than just child abuse cases. I'd be using that for all types of murders. I wonder why the article was directly linked to chomos
     
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  15. probably the easiest way to sell the short term while they figure it out, as the murder stuff seems logically confusing as hell tbh.
     
  16. I've always wanted to video tape a girl I banged, so i'll just take a photo of her eyes after, and BAM. PORNO

    EDIT: NVM, i'd just be seeing my goofy looking ass
     
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  17. LOL or your vinegar strokes bro haha. [​IMG]
     
  18. THAT'S RACIST
    @Dat Kid @Farooq
     
  19. That's a different kind of racism, you'll get no help here.
     
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  20. You went there man, you went there.
     
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