Protecting Your Identity Online Google Image Search This nifty tool allows you to see where a picture has been and who is in it.Just drag and drop the picture into the search field and Google will tell you every place it sees that picture on the Internet.Good news, The List’s Bradley Hasemeyer has a trick to help you catch em Weather your online dating or talking to some random on the web you need to watch out for Catfish!Good news, The List’s Bradley Hasemeyer has a trick to help you catch em’ and that’s just one way we’re protecting your online identity, on the Breakdown.Perfect for catching Catfish and tracking where your own image has been used.Blur Google Street View Sometimes Google street view cars snap photos of your face or license plate – info that you might want to hide. Just find the street view image you’d like to blur, click the three dots in the upper left corner, and report a problem.Whether it’s within a profile or getting acquainted with someone through messaging, revealing too much information to the wrong person could put you at risk of identity theft.Two-Step Authentication This works like a pin number does for your debit card.
Now any changes will require a passcode to be typed in.
That code is randomly generated and sent to your smart phone as verification that it’s you.
Weather your online dating or talking to some rando on the web you need to watch out for Catfish!
Those are people who steal other people’s pictures and pose as them online!
If the answer is yes, you, along with 40 million Americans, have likely joined an online or mobile dating site. Love to realize online and mobile dating is a hot trend and becoming mainstream.But as with any online behavior, people should keep the risk of sharing personally identifiable information (PII) top of mind.