Given the recent photo-stealing scandal now known as 'celebgate,' this infographic on deleting photos from the internet is more timely than ever. From Who is Hosting This, How to Remove Your Embarrassing Photos From Social Media explains the removal process for various online platforms, how such content gets posted and examples of legal precedent.
From possible security breaches to exes seeking revenge, inappropriate pictures end up on social media in a number of ways. Between smartphone apps and the instantaneous nature of the internet, sharing embarrassing content can happen very easily. Deleting photos can become a necessary course of action when private images become public, but prevention is the best way to avoid being in an unfortunate position.
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