ImageLock

ImageLock

(ImageLock, Inc., San Francisco, CA) A now-defunct subscription service that searched for copies of images on the Web. Used by organizations that wished to protect their intellectual property, ImageLock routinely sent out a spider to "fingerprint" images (logos, banners, icons, etc.) all over the Web and then matched them to the fingerprints of the subscriber's images.
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SunnySide, NY, October 06, 2015 --(PR.com)-- ImageLOCK plans to launch a Kickstarter campaign in November to create a lock with colored symbols.
ImageLOCK (design and utility patented), the only lock company that produces combination locks with symbols, today announced an upcoming Kickstarter campaign to raise money for a new combination lock with colored symbols.
ImageLOCK, which made its product debut through Kickstarter in November 2014, is the latest breakthrough in combination padlock innovation.
This second upcoming Kickstarter campaign from ImageLOCK will support the expansion of the company's product line with a new, updated combination lock.
Nawaz, a New York City resident, saw a need for the ImageLOCK after observing how virtually all combination padlocks are one-dimensional.
ImageLOCK CEO Ali Nawaz started ImageLOCK (www.image-lock.com) in 2015 as an online business.
Truste, the non-profit organization that issues and monitors privacy seals on the web has enlisted the help of ImageLock.com to ensure that its seal is not being simply cut and pasted on to web sites without going through the Truste privacy authentication process.
ImageLock is a digital fingerprinting technology that works in tandem its search engine called BitShark.
ImageLock produces regular web-based reports for its clients and can highlight web sites based on criteria laid out by the client.