Aliso Viejo-based CitizenHawk, the venture backed developer of online brand protection services, said today that it has launched a tool to help companies find infringement of a company's logos and other trademarked images. The firm, which is headed by David Duckwitz, said its new HawkImages tool compares images on the Internet with a company's approved images, allowing customers to identify and determine how they'd like to respond to those violations. The company said its tool even is able to detect a company's logo within a photograph or video. CitizenHawk did not report pricing on the new tool. The firm is venture backed by Maveron and other investors.
Top NewsThursday, June 14, 2012
CitizenHawk Launches Tool To Find Logo, Image Violations