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I am not sure you can protect them but there are forensic software programs
that can track changes to pictures. The other option is to make the original
a read-only file.

Glen Moratti
F/SGT
AEOP Inst
School of Air Navigation
RAAF East Sale
+61 3 51466544



-----Original Message-----
From: William Dow [mailto:[log in to unmask]]
Sent: Saturday, 22 March 2003 8:55
To: [log in to unmask]
Subject: FW: GIF Images


 Does anyone know of a way to protect a .jpg image so that it
 cannot be altered electronically?   I am referencing large
 images, not those that would be conducive to an 8.5X11 pdf.

 Thanks,

 Bill Dow - Deputy City Clerk/Records Manager
 City of Keene, NH
 3 Washington Street
 Keene, NH 03431
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 Tel:  (603) 352-0133 ext. 2
 Fax: (603) 357-9870



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