I came across this online query: This person was asking for an expert advice. The person uploaded a picture for search, and then she got a link. On visiting the link she could see a thumbnail-sized version of her uploaded image, and on right-clicking that link, the URL was available on going to the properties of the thumbnail.
So my question is, only Google and that person have the link and the URL to that image, right?
If the image or URL is not uploaded or shared anywhere else, then there is no interference from any third person or third party, i.e., only Google and the person has access to the image?
And I also wanted to ask, like there are pretty much very good hackers out there, so even if Google is not giving the link or URL to anyone, then also someone could hack it if they guess the URL or something like that?