What they cannot do is use the photo for commercial activities (advertising, etc.
Many of us have been victims of Internet-based scams and fraud attempts, but all too often, we don't end up reporting anything because we are either ashamed of ourselves for having fallen for a scam or we just think that there is just so much of it going on in the world that we figure it's pointless to try and do anything about it. There are organizations out there that want to help you.
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If they say no you can report the pic and have the site take it down It actually isn't illegal at all.
By getting into the habit of using good Internet safety practices, you can protect your information and your identity for years to come.
To be safe on the Internet, keep your social media profiles private so that strangers can't easily find your personal information online.
If you’re at the beach and you decide to wash off the sand by taking off something i suggest that you go neck deep so that no one can take a picture of you or lying down in neck deep water might work sitting anything that will not expose you to getting a photo taken. So, my has to be no posting photos of my kids; ask first.
Of course, the issue has come up and has caused problems.... Her stepmother was posting photos of her, checked in, and geotagged.