NEVER PUT YOUR PICTURE ON THE INTERNET! Why? DATA-MINING OF KIDS and Because of things like this:
That picture of you on that dating site, or that sugar-daddy site, or that men-with capes site, etc. can be tracked to any other images of you, in your “outside” life in 5 seconds, with modern online targeting tools. You should never put your image on the internet if you care about your privacy. Never let your teen post her image on Facebook or any social websites. Stalkers can track it back to her yearbook, your company picnic photo and your home address in seconds. Teach your kids about internet risks.
If you call your local police department, right now, and ask them how many missing children there are in America, the numbers will shock you. Teen stalkers, pretending to be company clients, can search faces and get into the information to track kids from Facebook to their homes and schools by using direct, and affiliate, services of Axciom, and similar companies. Russian hackers sell these types of face and data harvesting services, acting as a legit business front for the relationship with Axciom, but passing the info along to perverts. Axciom even discloses if the child’s parents are rich, or poor, and their intelligence-level, so the stalker will know what the odds are of those parents even hiring a private investigator.
Another awful aspect of this is that Axciom and their associates sell lists of who has been raped and who is an alcoholic, so stalkers, church groups and marketing companies, will be able to target the most emotionally fragile people to take advantage of. See the news reports below:
Internet privacy – the right to be forgotten | Technology | The Guardian
The internet has a long memory. But what if the pictures, data and personal information that it can pull up about you appear unfair, one-sided or just plain wrong?
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N.S.A. Collecting Millions of Faces From Web Images – NYTimes.com
16 hours ago … The agency intercepts “millions of images per day” — including about 55,000 “ facial recognition quality images” — which translate into …
www.nytimes.com/ 2014/ 06/ 01/ us/ nsa-collecting-millions–of-faces-from-web-images.html – View by Ixquick Proxy – Highlight
NSA Gathering ‘Millions of Images Per Day’ from Intercepted …
15 hours ago … The National Security Agency is daily gathering millions of images from intercepted communications via worldwide surveillance, some for use …
www.theblaze.com/ stories/ 2014/ 05/ 31/ nsa-gathering-millions–of–images-per-day-from-intercepted-communicati ons-ny-times-reports/ – View by Ixquick Proxy – Highlight
Facecrook: NSA storing your facial web images, millions intercepted …
8 hours ago … The National Security Agency is collecting millions of images of people through its international surveillance network to be implemented in a …
www.rt.com/usa/162868-nsa-snowden-social-facial/ – View by Ixquick Proxy – Highlight
Mega Millions Photos and Images – ABC News
Browse Mega Millions latest photos. View all images and pictures and find more about Mega Millions at abcnews.com.
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LIFE photo archive hosted by Google – Google Images
Search millions of photographs from the LIFE photo archive, stretching from the 1750s to today. Most were never published and are now available for the first …
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Scene completion using millions of photographs – ACM Digital Library
What can you do with a million images? In this paper we present a new image completion algorithm powered by a huge database of photographs gathered from …
dl.acm.org/citation.cfm?id=1276382 – View by Ixquick Proxy – Highlight
Techmeme: NSA has collected millions of images of faces from …
16 hours ago … Trevor Timm / @trevortimm: NSA intercepts millions of images per day and feeds them into their sophisticated facial recognition programs.
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How to Have Your Pictures Removed from Other Sites
Jan 10, 2013 … How to Have Your Pictures Removed from Other Sites (and other internet privacy tips). I realize that this tutorial is not craft-related. However …
www.iammommahearmeroar.net/ 2013/ 01/ how-to-have-your-pictures-removed-from.html – View by Ixquick Proxy – Highlight
How to delete things from the internet: a guide to doing the impossible
Apr 5, 2012 … You want to delete something from the Internet, maybe an article, a picture, … Make sure that you set your privacy settings to be publicly viewed, …
www.abine.com/blog/2012/andrew-jira/ – View by Ixquick Proxy – Highlight
Top 10 Things You Should Not Share on Social Networks – Computer
Popular Web Sites Image Gallery San Francisco Mayor Gavin Newsom speaks … sites are the latest and greatest way to interact with other users on the Internet. ….. You can select all the privacy settings you want on social networking sites, but …
computer.howstuffworks.com/ internet/ social-networking/ information/ 10-things-you-should-not-share-on-social-networks.htm – View by Ixquick Proxy – Highlight
Did the Internet Kill Privacy? – CBS News
Feb 6, 2011 … Facebook Photos Lead to a Teacher Losing Her Job; What Expectations of Privacy Exist in the Digital Era?
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Post photos online? 7 safety tips – family privacy & Internet – MSN …
Aug 16, 2011 … If you use the Internet to share pictures with family and friends, learn how to reduce the chances of having those images used in ways you …
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Privacy issues of social networking sites – Wikipedia, the free …
This has redefined the role of Internet privacy as overlapping with that of security. … This includes pictures, videos, and messages are all stored in the social …
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Facebook privacy and kids: Don’t post photos of your kids online.
www.slate.com/ articles/ technology/ data_mine_1/ 2013/ 09/ facebook_privacy_and_kids_don_t_post_photos_of_your_kids_online.html – View by Ixquick Proxy – Highlight
Post Pictures of Your Kids Online, They’ll Thank You Later …
Dec 26, 2012 … As the title implies, she considers privacy one of the greatest gifts a parent … As proof, the above image isn’t some picture I pulled off the Internet.
www.geekosystem.com/oversharing-kid-pictures-is-fine/ – View by Ixquick Proxy – Highlight
N.S.A. Collecting Millions of Faces From Web Images – NYTimes.com
16 hours ago … Neither federal privacy laws nor the nation’s surveillance laws provide specific protections for facial images. Given the N.S.A.’s foreign …
www.nytimes.com/ 2014/ 06/ 01/ us/ nsa-collecting-millions-of-faces-from-web-images.html – View by Ixquick Proxy – Highlight
Internet Safety – Is it Safe to Post Photos of My Kids Online? – Family …
This is one of the big debates on the Internet. Is it safe to share … In addition to protecting your photos, protect your children’s privacy as well: Avoid posting …
familyinternet.about.com/ od/ computingsafetyprivacy/ a/ Safe_to_post_photos_of_kids_online.htm – View by Ixquick Proxy – Highlight
‘Facebook parenting’ is destroying our children’s privacy – CNN.com
May 25, 2012 … Also, nearly two-thirds of parents (66%) reported posting pictures of their … right corner of your keyboard, there is no delete key for the Internet.
www.cnn.com/2012/05/25/opinion/sultan-miller-facebook-parenting/ – View by Ixquick Proxy – Highlight
You Read It Here First: Government Spies On Innocent People Via …
Feb 27, 2014 … The latest revelation concerning mass government spying confirms an … webcam images/events”, and spies working at GCHQ compared it to a …
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