There’s an old saying that you can’t put toothpaste back in the tube. It simply means that some actions, once taken, can't be undone.

Sadly, many individuals believe that is true about their online privacy, and the copious amount of personal information now accessible about them online. Many organizations with hundreds or thousands of employees feel the same way – it’s too late now to turn back time and retroactively remove that content before it can be weaponized.

But that’s not true.

What Goes Up – Can Come Down

The home addresses, email addresses and other personal information about the members of your organization have been collected over decades from an array of sources, from the pizza place down the street to the company that prepares your taxes. But as awareness has increased of the potential danger of this content being accessible, laws are being passed that give consumers the right to have that information taken down.

Our new whitepaper, The Weaponization of Privacy, explains how everyone – regardless of job, age, family situation, location or political affiliation – can be a target – and how you can avoid having your home address and other personal information fall into the wrong hands.

Learn what you can do now to protect yourself and your company. It can be done – and it’s a lot easier that putting toothpaste back in the tube.

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Ron Zayas


Ron Zayas is an online privacy expert, speaker, author, and CEO of 360Civic, a provider of online protection to law enforcement, judicial officers, and social workers. For more insight into onli... Read more

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