Imagine a current or potential employer finding those photos when they search for your name, or your significant other coming across a revealing photo you sent to an ex years ago.
Just one photo could get you fired, or ruin a relationship.
This has paved the way for any EU citizen to request that Google remove personal details.
60% of these threats have been carried out according to a recent Mc Afee study.
The European Court of Justice ruled in favour of a Spanish man who requested to have details of his repossessed house removed from Google.
And taking care of the problem is still a bit of a legal gray area.
Depending on where you were when that photo was taken, and how the person obtained it, there may not be much you can do legally to get the photo removed.
Since September 2016, more POF users have contacted us about the same “underage girl” (or boy) sext scam than all other scams we hear about.
We have personally encouraged more than 400 men to contact the FBI about this scam --see below.
By taking quick action, you can nip the problem in the bud…
before it becomes “forever.” It’s easier than ever to share content online – and not just the good kind.
Avoid taking photos that can be misused at a later date.