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Online, you are guilty even after being proven innocent

Innocent in the real world, yet still guilty online…



How to delete things from the internet: a guide to doing the impossible

You want to delete something from the Internet:  maybe it’s an article, a picture, a blog post, an account, or a video.  It’s not always easy, but it can be done. So, here’s how to delete things from the internet. We’ve spent years deleting people’s info from data broker websites with our product, DeleteMe, and […]



How to push negative search results down: 4 steps to bury them

In a perfect world, we’d be able to remove all the unfair, outdated, and negative search results about ourselves. In reality, most content is here to stay except in special circumstances. Remove what you can, but creating your own positive content to suppress the negatives is a great way to control your image and improve […]



The new age of anonymous email: why do you still give yours out?

The term “anonymous email” can refer to many products that either temporarily or permanently shield your actual email address or provide you with a disposable email address. Let’s take a look at the different types of anonymous email, what separates them from each other, and how each can be most effectively used. Why use an […]



Why would you need to block calls to your phone?

At the root of every discussion about phone privacy is the fact that you’re often stuck having to give out your actual phone number. Once it’s out in the world, it can be bought and resold over and over again. Ever wonder why many websites ask you for your cell phone number when it seems […]



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