You might be wondering how it is possible to track someone by just analyzing the picture of a breast uploaded by some regular guy or anonymous hacker. Well, the case here does the same.
The police involved in the investigation are quite sure that they are on the right track and are behind the right person to be alleged for the crime.
Pride in one's lover's bodily parts can lead to a fall in one's own bodily security.
The accusation, as described by the Sydney Morning Herald, is that Ochoa hacked into several Web sites belonging to law enforcement.
Sometimes (or the most of the time) anonymous hackers love to leave their indentification on the crime site, so that others know they are the one who breached into the security. So Ochoa allegedly used a Twitter account to direct people to a Web site when all the law enforcement information he'd supposedly hacked was on display.
Also on display was a picture of a woman, her breasts lowering themselves tantalizingly toward the camera, with a sign beneath them reading: "''PwNd by w0rmer & CabinCr3w <3 u BiTch's''.
However, the photograph of the breasts apparently linked authorities to Ochoa -- because, taken with an iPhone, it contained GPS information. The information allegedly suggested she lived in Melbourne, Australia.
Further burrowing led the police to discover a posting on Ochoa's Facebook page that allegedly revealed his girlfriend was Australian.
The claim is that police have managed to match pictures of her that Ochoa allegedly posted on Facebook to the breast image.
To the untrained eye, this might seem curious, as the Facebook pictures allegedly show her face, while the taunting picture does not.
The idea that there is some 'body matching algorithm' is absurd. The GPS information was surely accurate enough to identify her exact address, or at least her approximate address. Then they simply compared pictures posted to her Facebook profile with their naked eye.