As Natasha Lomas concludes in a piece she wrote for TechCrunch, based on a recent study by the Pew Research Center, it seems that people have all but given up on personal privacy online. Most believe keeping their personal details offline or at least private online is no longer in their control. In 2015, Internet Reputation.com released a new privacy monitoring tool. What the privacy tool does is take practically all the work out of making sure that all and only the information you want to be online is online.
Internet Reputation.com's Privacy Tool will monitor the web for mentions of things like your name, brand, social security number, address, phone number, credit card numbers and a whole lot more. Each time any of your personal details or monitored terms/names/numbers appears online, Privacy Guard immediately notifies you with details on the information detected and options to delete the new occurrence of your private data before it is scraped or sold to other sites where it will be republished with a unique formate.
Privacy Guard is an easy way for people to keep their personal and private data protected online while at the same time keeping up with their online reputations.
Learn more about the new private data protection tool at InternetReputation.com.