Many domestic violence victims are targets of an abuser and it's imperative that they take steps to keep their personal data — home address, telephone, email — from being accessible. These women are in threat of privacy violations such as stalking, surveillance or identity theft.
For a domestic violence victim, the need for privacy is a need for physical safety.
The dangers of online data.
Right now, anyone with an Internet connection can find a frightening amount of personal data about you easily. Private information that could be used to determine your location, steal your identity or harass or stalk your family. In today's interconnected world, your personal data is available and you must take action to lock it down. Info about you that's probably already online:
Info about you that’s probably already online:
Resources and Best Practices For Women from Reputation.com
- How To Prevent or Defend Against Online Stalking
- Online Dating Privacy Tips
- How Geolocation Technologies Can Affect Your Online Privacy
- Top Five Privacy Tips to Protect Your Online Data
- How To Remove Personal Information From Online Public Records
- Find Out Which "People Search" Websites and Databases Have Your Personal Info
How to easily get your data removed.
When you sign up for our service, we begin scanning the Web, people-search sites and online databases for personally identifying information about you or your family members. We contact the company that has it and get it removed, then we keep scanning in case it reappears anywhere else. Better yet, we prevent new data from being collected by automatically optimizing your browser settings to block third-parties who track your web surfing activities.
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