Removal from Social Media Sites
Picture this, you have been dating someone for the past few months.
Things have progressed passed casual flirting and the two of you have become intimate. You decide to do something special for them by sharing some intimate photos of you to brighten their day and excite them. A bit more time passes and you decide that the relationship isn’t working out, so you end things. Unfortunately, your ex does not handle the situation like an adult. Instead, they go to Instagram and post the intimate, private photos you sent them with an overlay of abusive and humiliating text. It is embarrassing, violating, and a betrayal of trust. Anger and disappointment over a breakup is not an excuse for horrendous behavior, but sadly, it happens every day. This is just one example of how a revenge porn scenario can play out.
Violation of Your Consent
If your image has been shared on social media without your consent, we can help you get it taken down. Together, we can contact social media admins directly, or file a formal DMCA Takedown Notice for your images (your face and body in the image can be enough to establish your rights as the image’s owner). Fortunately, recent history has shown that social media channels tend to respect the victims of these cowardly crimes, and will generally cooperate in scrubbing your face and body from any unauthorized posting.
Facing a larger-than-life digital company like Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, and Snapchat can be confusing and intimidating, which is why we are here to help. Hopefully, revenge porn is not something that you will encounter regularly in your life, but we work with revenge porn victims every day and we are well versed in the quickest, easiest, and most efficient ways to re-establish your privacy.