You see, the thing about the internet is that it’s forever.
When something is published online, it’s there for keeps. Everybody can look at it. Everybody can comment on it. And everybody can share it. And social media has made this worse.
That photo of you stumbling out of a nightclub that your friends though would be just hilarious to post on Facebook? It can ruin your life – or at least feel like it. In a recent study, 29 percent of Facebook users reported losing face from embarrassing content posted by friends, and it can even impact your job prospects.
So what can you do about it? Check the visual below for step-by-step instructions on how to get content removed on Facebook, Instagram, Google+ and Twitter, which comes courtesy of WhoIsHostingThis.com.