Europol, Stop Child Abuse – Trace an Object - help ID victims.

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  1. DakotaMayi

    DakotaMayi Former Member

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    Good shout, Ngaio. So similar. I imagine that your Panasonic one is much more wildly available too.
     
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    Vern Well-Known Member

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    DakotaMayi Former Member

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    ... of course I meant widely... I was clearly having an off day.
     
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    HayLouise Law Student

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    dotr Well-Known Member

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    Stop Child Abuse – Trace an Object
    A little tricky to copy and paste in order, posting these especially freaky (imo) pics first.
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    Can you help us locate this building? The child has been cut out of this picture on purpose.

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    Do you recognise the palm logo on this pillowcase?

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    Do you know where this swing might be? The picture was taken at night with two children on the swing which we have had to cut out for policing purposes.

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    dotr Well-Known Member

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    dotr Well-Known Member

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    This is most likely a village in Asia, do you recognise where is it located?

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    Have you ever seen this lamp before?

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    Is this item of clothing familiar to you?

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    Is this t-shirt for teenagers familiar to you?
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    This is a close-up of a t-shirt; do you recognize the featured details or the brand?

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    dotr Well-Known Member

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    A new Ws member joined here after reading this lengthy w pics. article..
    More Europol’s “Stop Child Abuse” Photographs Geolocated - bellingcat
    "July 2, 2019
    By Daniel Romein
    In November 2018, Bellingcat wrote about two photographs related to child abuse crimes – photographs which were geolocated to Shenzhen in China.

    This investigation was crowdsourced by Europol as part of their Stop Child Abuse campaign that has been running since 2017. Images are shared on their website with the goal to identify the objects in them, their country of origin, and/or the location where they were taken. Europol also shares these images on their Twitter and Facebook accounts. Sites like Reddit and Websleuths will also share these images with the purpose of discovering their origin.

    Both the campaign and the crowdsourcing efforts around it have not gone unnoticed by the media. The Guardian, for example, has written about Bellingcat’s involvement in this campaign. BBC News broadcast an interview with Finnish architect Olli Enne, who geolocated the two photographs from a city in East Asia, originally shared by Europol in October 2018.

    On 1 February 2019, Europol shared new photos. Two of these photos were shared in a separate tweet. Just 23 minutes later, a Dutch citizen named Maarten Kaskens posted a reply with a photograph of the same place and mentioned the exact location, a cluster of summer homes between Moscow and Dmitrov, in a later tweet."

    "What follows below is a recap of how these aforementioned photographs were geolocated."
     
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    Kind of crazy that a civilian found one of the locations in under 30 minutes by doing a reverse image search, but Europol couldn't figure it out????
     
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    I am so glad that law enforcement is embracing crowd sourcing. When you have thousands of people who are doing something as a hobby, as a passion or out of kindness, it can be much quicker and more effective than a few people who have a million other cases. I love it! Takes some pride swallowing, too.
     
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    Regarding this photo, can anyone tell if the words on the bottom are written on the shirt or printed? They look to me like they were written on there, and the shirt itself looks like something that somewhere like Limited Too or the Children's Place would've sold circa 2004-2006, but I can't specifically place it. Any thoughts?
     
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    It looks to me like someone hand-wrote those words on the t shirt, imo, speculation.
     
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    I was thinking more that it looked like Disney's font - although not sure the e's are the same but maybe a cheap knock off??

    I found this site: Disney Font - Disney Font Generator
    And this is the comparison:
     

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    Some new pictures were added recently. I just saw them in a local newspaper and was really happy to find there was already a thread about this.

    1) Clothing item for children
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    2) T-shirt for teenage girls

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    3) Do you know if this t-shirt is/was popular in a specific region?
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    4) Do you recognise this piece of clothing?
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    5) Do you know where it’s possible to buy this vest?
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    (Part 2)

    6) Do you know where such baby bottle is sold?
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    7) Is this porch familiar to you?
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    8) We are looking for the location of this arena. It’s most likely in Central or South America. Can you help us?
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    Source: Europol
     
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