How To Remove Embarrassing Photos Of Yourself From Social Networks
Had a fun, drunken night with friends and took a few regrettable photos? Not so much of an issue if no one else sees it. But once it’s online, it’s will gather a worldwide audience (okay, maybe not worldwide, let’s just say most of your friends). Sometimes it’s not really your fault, there may be others who uploaded those photos (or videos) of you — call it revenge porn , cyberbullying , or victims of a determined hacker .
Whether those photos end up on Facebook, Twitter, Google Plus or Instagram, you’re not completely helpless — there are ways to report the photos (and uploaders) to the authorities.
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