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#1 2022-11-14 09:35:23

colak
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noAI

Deviant Art has introduced new directives to attempt to block AI image and text harvesters.

Meta Tag

<meta name="robots" content="noimageai">

and/or

<meta name="robots" content="noai">

HTTP Response Header

X-Robots-Tag: noimageai

and/or

X-Robots-Tag: noai

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#2 2022-11-14 10:07:04

phiw13
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Re: noAI

That is a bit amusing given they themselves developed an AI tool to generate images, learning from, amongst others, their own users’ images (link, ArsTechnica as it was the first to popup in the browser history) But OK better late than never.

Hopefully those no-robots tags will be respected. Colour me sceptical though.

I will certainly add them to the collection, even though I already have robot.txt and general headers in place to prevent bots to scan my own images.

PS – Pinterest also has some tags to prevent indexing and/or “pinning”. I’ll check tomorrow for my reference.


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#3 2022-11-14 11:52:13

colak
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Re: noAI

phiw13 wrote #334123:

That is a bit amusing given they themselves developed an AI tool to generate images, learning from, amongst others, their own users’ images (link, ArsTechnica as it was the first to popup in the browser history) But OK better late than never.

they obviously only want to protect their own AI. I would be surprised if their tool had no access to the images.

Hopefully those no-robots tags will be respected. Colour me sceptical though.

Don’t hold your breath:) I believe that unless we create proper server side scripts to protect our content, any meta or htaccess directive would not work for everyone.

I will certainly add them to the collection, even though I already have robot.txt and general headers in place to prevent bots to scan my own images.

I think that it may be too early.

PS – Pinterest also has some tags to prevent indexing and/or “pinning”. I’ll check tomorrow for my reference.

keep us informed


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#4 2022-11-15 01:05:53

phiw13
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Re: noAI

colak wrote #334124:

they obviously only want to protect their own AI. I would be surprised if their tool had no access to the images.

That would certainly go against the promisse they seemingly give to their users. Of course, those promisses are not worth much, lees than the bytes they are displayed with…

Don’t hold your breath:)

I don’t think I would… that would have some very unfortunate side-effects.

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Pinterest meta tags to manage how your images are handled:

  • per page: <meta name="pinterest" content="nopin">
  • per image: <img src="image.png" nopin="nopin">

More details: CSS Tricks–Using Pinterest Data Attributes and Meta Tags


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