There are risks in blueprint for social platforms. Be careful that personal photos are sold openly.

2018-06-09

Chinaz.com, the home of the stationmaster (Chinaz.com), May 26th news   sharing gourmet food on a variety of social networks has become a habit of many users, and this has brought a lot of security risks to them. Because your personal photos are likely to be publicly sold and used illegally.

There are risks in blueprint for social platforms. Be careful that personal photos are sold openly.

According to the Legal Daily report, the Beijing citizen Lin Kexin reflected that one of his own photos was taken two years ago to do the weight loss, the beauty of the body and other aspects of the advertising, but the content of the advertising is not in line with the facts. In addition, the photos of Shao, who read graduate students in Beijing, were also embezzled, and more annoying, the robber used his photos to make women on various social software and harassed others. There are many other kinds of photos stolen, and such acts are meaningless to infringe upon the privacy of others and the copyright of photographs.

So how do all the robber operate? It’s reported that some people collect a series of private photos on micro-blog and friends’ social platforms for a long time and are packaged and sold on the Internet. In general, the robber will classify, numbered, and label the stolen pictures, such as “lively and lovely pure beauty”, “a hundred change net red beauty” and so on, and then for sale. Some sellers said that these pictures were selected by themselves, not the most common pictures on the Internet, and generally do not crash.

What is even more troubling is that even if you know that your photos are being misappropriated, it is very difficult to protect your rights. In the end, many victims can only swallow their voices. If you don’t want to sell your own photos, it is advisable not to share too much personal photos on the social platform, which can also reduce the risk of stolen maps.

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