According to the foreign media Neowin reported that adobe is finally going to deal with the fake images by PS.
According to the report, in a white paper released last week, Adobe announced plans to introduce a feature designed to contain fake/modified (
Under the plan, Adobe's goal is to use a tagging system to trace an image back to the photographer and the location where the photo was taken. These tags will have an additional layer of security with the help of encrypted signatures. Whenever a photo is edited, subsequent tags are added to create a record that contains the full history and origin of the photo to verify its integrity. Adobe believes that the binding of these metadata with photos will help ease the spread of false information and fake photos on the Internet.
Yes, of course,This is not the case for Adobe has the final say, it also needs camera manufacturers, content creators, software companies, publishers and social media platforms to join in, and plans to support the plan, but on the whole, this is a worthy project.
There are industry jewels, and a committee of trusted authorities to manage and control the metadata of digital certificates also seems necessary.