Quirks of search engines

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I happen to do, as a side-line, photography. No I'm not touting for
business, its strictly a local area affair.

The local school did an image search on Google.co.uk for "Harefield in
Southampton", and were amused to find photographs of my daughter - one
of their pupils. These come from the web site for my photography
business web site.

Not sure how, except the address is in Harefield, Southampton.

Mind you, the wife was very upset - Jamaicans are very superstitious
about photographs which they believe can be used for cursing the
subject througha  form of black magic known as obeah.


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Re: Quirks of search engines

(Matt Probert) wrote:

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And the addres is published on the same page as the pictures. Google
naturally assumes a relation between the pics and the text on the

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