Sunday, April 24, 2016

Buff News: Trying to Regain Privacy Not East When Photos are on Internet

    A WNY woman who posed for "art" pictures as a teen has been waging a battle to get them off the Internet as they have become a source of embarassment for her and an impediment to her career.
     Makes you look skanky for doing something that years ago was just a rite of passage or youthful indescretion.
      Way back when, when I was at JCC the art classes had nude models in a studio in the Library basement.  It was sport to find a reason to walk by and get a peak. But that's where it ended.
      Nowadays the Internet preserves and amplifies decisions now regretted.
      Not that there is anything intrinsically wrong with nudes but today's world calls for protecting your brand from the start, not something easy to do with something as addicting as Facebook out there.
      I am sure that studio in the basement is long gone.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Hey, you was stupid. You thought you were fashionable. Now, you're famous. Live with it.