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How do you deal with pictures and videos on google?

Discussion in 'Ask-a-Model!' started by tth, Jun 14, 2018.

  1. tth

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    A model that I've known for quite a while now has recently gotten very scared about the pictures and videos she finds of herself on google, she doesn't want to tell her boss(studio) and she's scared that her friends are gonna find out about it.

    I tried telling her that the only way her friends would find out about it is if they knew her username which they don't, but she's still scared that someone might stumble upon them

    Any thoughts? How do you guys deal with it?
     
  2. ElaySmith

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    This is FAR from the truth. When I started camming nobody knew. I was outted bc somebody that new me in real life came across one of my capped videos that had been put on a tube site. Then they plastered my model name and real name all over facebook. It happens more often than you might imagine.

    As far as how to handle it, every person is different. I came out to my friends and family and now I just link all the videos and stuff I find to my cam room or videos sites and use it as free promotion. You can send DMCAs to try to have the videos taken down but if she is going to continue to cam it will be an up hill battle. Honestly, its just part of the job and if she is dead set on not being found out then this job may not be for her.
     
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  3. dark_mermaid

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    I'm quite sure studios do not tell girls about this before the girls start (mine didn't, they very explicitly said how this is all without risk). What sites is she on if I may ask? Why does she not want to tell her boss? I'm 100% sure he knows but didn't tell. I'm actually curious what he would say.
     
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  4. AudriTwo

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    i own my shit and try to have an adult conversation about why i cam. if they turn into a hateful bitch about it...

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  5. dark_mermaid

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  6. Mintx

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    Don't tell her that no one will find her if (x) doesn't know (x). One day the people I play video games with were browsing some clip site, and a guy messaged me to let me know that it took about two seconds to find me by putting my Snapchat handle into the search bar. It is super easy to find people online. Don't try telling her that people only need her username to find her. People do browse clip and cam sites.
     
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  7. CurvyJ

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    I would just say most likely if they come across her camming stuff...they are looking at camming stuff to begin with, and it would be hypocritical of them to try and hurt her or make her feel badly...She is owning herself and her body, there is no shame in that
     
  8. dark_mermaid

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    As bad as it is, in certain countries guys look on the auto recording sites for girls that they know and blackmail them. I personally know of three such cases. It's Eastern Europe. Unprepared or even intentionally misinformed studio girls are the easiest targets. Social network accounts are also often wide open. I'm not saying it happens to everyone, far from it but it does happen unfortunately.
     
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  9. CurvyJ

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    People are such assholes
     
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  10. ElaySmith

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    If only this were true. So many guys that watch porn wouldn't think twice about outting a sex worker. We're just the whores they wack their willies to. There have been time where some random dude has approached me and been like "you look so familiar" and I love saying "Oh, well you've probably seen my porn".... The reaction is normally priceless and I just kinda walk away...... fun times.
     
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  11. SaffronBurke

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    I had a dude in a restaurant a few months ago asking if I went to (local college) because I looked so familiar. I've gotten shit like that even BEFORE being a sex worker, I must have at least a dozen dopplegangers running around because people would stop me in the mall and insist that I went to some high school that I don't even know the location of. It never occurs to me that they might recognize me because of porn, it's always an immediate, "here we go again, another person who's met the other me...."
     
  12. unanonymous

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    You can help her submit DMCA takedown requests. You can read how to do so in this thread. The DMCA is a good concept, but the way it's applied by Google is total B.S. Not only are the videos/pictures NOT taken down from the sites they're uploaded to, but Google submits all the information in your request to the Lumen database and includes a link to it for everyone to see, in the name of "transparency". If her videos are already out there, she's pretty much screwed. Most of these sites are registered in 19th world countries that don't comply with privacy laws, and are protected by cloudflare, so you can't even find the host service to file a complaint with THEM.

    Even if you've submitted the takedown requests, if someone knows your nickname and googles it in quotes, they might not find your videos/pictures with 1 click... But they will after 2 clicks, because the links to the DMCA takedown requests pop up right at the bottom of the search page. The Lumen database includes the exact links you requested to be removed, your name (at least you can use a fake one), as well as the reason for the removal.

    What you can do to protect your identity is, obviously, remove ANY identifying information from your nickname, bio and physical appearance. If she's super-paranoid, she probably shouldn't be camming in the first place. If she's that scared that someone will find her, tell her to delete her account, pick a new vague username, never put her real date of birth or location on the cam site, learn how to use a VPN, block access to her country/region and disable the "appear on network sites" option to minimize the risk of getting auto-recorded. Tell her to wear a mask too if she's scared that she'll get found out, or just tell her to stop showing her face altogether.

    Still, considering how much information cam sites collect on you, you're never in the clear unless you upload a fake ID and photoshop your face to a point where no future facial recognition software will be able to tell who you are. Just look at how much Chaturbate collects on you. They store all the videos/pictures you upload, the IPs you log from, all the messages you send. I haven't heard of any camsite employees blackmailing broadcasters with the information they have on them, but that doesn't mean that it won't happen. We're humans after all.

    So how to deal with this - either relax and be more careful, or stop doing it altogether.
     
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