Sunday, February 19, 2012

Embarrassing Facebook Photos

  • Nearly everyone on Facebook has been tagged with an embarrasing photo, but most people dont sue the person who tagged them. Minneapolis resident Eric Olson did. And the person he sued was his uncle, Randall LaBrie.
  • (Huffington Post)
  • (EndPlay Staff Reports) - You might have gone through the motions of deleting embarrassing Facebook photos months ago, but chances are they are still lingering out there.
  • (My Fox Boston)
  • If you thought you deleted those old, embarrassing Facebook photos, think again. Even when you scrub your photo albums of unwanted images, they still live on in Facebooks servers and can be accessed through the original direct links.
  • (PC Magazine)
  • Given that her lifestyle choices and political views "are outside of the mainstream," Fraley says that it will be "personally embarrassing" if her 'Likes,' Facebook photos, or "other actions" are made public during the course of the litigation.
  • (Forbes)
  • Canberra, Jan 28 : Social networking giant Facebook will now expose peoples embarrassing photos and status updates, as it forces users onto its new timeline feature.
  • (New Kerala)
  • A photograph of a toddler posted and then deleted by a family friend in 2008 is still there, Ars Technica senior editor Jacqui Cheng said after verifying the information herself.
  • (Hamilton Spectator)
  • A Boston College High School student blackmailed by an Internet impostor who threatened to post on Facebook intimate information the threatening to expose explicit pictures or potentially embarrassing information.
  • (Boston Herald)
  • How could he stand not knowing if he was being tagged in horribly embarrassing photos? How would he let the world know when he 'liked' something? He persevered. He's now been "Facebook clean" for almost six months.
  • (Forbes)

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