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Most commonly used social networks will have a privacy rights reporting route should some of your personal information be shared without your consent. The question is what constitutes personal data? For social networking purposes this could be an image where you are identifiable, any ID document (passport, driving license), banking details and, in some cases, home address and telephone numbers if not available publicly elsewhere online and part of an ongoing harassment campaign.

Reporting Privacy Violations

Find out how to report privacy violations to commonly used social networking sites below:

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