I know this. And yet in Octoberswept away with the excitement of the birth of my son and probably a little sleep-deprivedI made a terrible mistake. I took a photo of the two of them lying side by side; one in a red Baby-gro, the other in white.
We all know the Internet is forever. You might be surprised to find out how common it is for cyber bulliesabusers, bitter exes, or even hackers to take unflattering and embarrassing photos and post them online. Not only is it humiliating to be embarrassed like that in front of millions online, but it can also cause huge problems in your relationships and employment.
By Sophie Jane Evans. Horrified: Becky Livesey, 21, has spoken of her 'shock' after discovering photos from her Facebook page had been used to create fake dating profiles. A year-old marketing executive has spoken of her horror after discovering photos from her Facebook page had been used to create fake dating profiles.
Here are a few things that you should avoid posting about on Facebook, just to stay on the safe side. Another important part of protecting your security online is avoiding posting information that might hint at the passwords you use or the security questions some services have had you answer. Criminals are increasingly watching social networks to figure out when they can target potential victims. If you have good news, share it in a way that feels genuine.
A Texas Toyota dealer is being sued after it was discovered the sales director had sent nude pictures of a female customer to a swingers website. The now-former sales director is also facing criminal charges regarding the incident. Closing the deal, Tim handed his phone over to the salesman so a copy of a pre-approved financing document could be shown to the sales director, Matthew Luke Thomas.
This will not post anything on Facebook or anywhere else. The first thing that comes to mind after clicking spectacular images on a trip or getting that selfie spot on is to upload it on the social media and most likely that is Facebook. While the social media site is flooded with millions of such pictures everyday, there is another side to the story, which is not so pleasant.
Update : Facebook confirms images of porn and violence, is investigating. Facebook users are reportedly being flooded with very graphic images depicting pornography, acts of violence, self-mutilation, and bestiality. The NSFW problem supposedly started two or three days ago, but seems to be escalating dramatically.