A social activist contacted HackControl to inform them that his old private photos had been leaked onto the Internet and his reputation had, as a result, been tarnished.
The customer did not know how to delete these photos and data from the Internet and so asked HackControl to help.
According to the customer, the information from his past was causing significant harm to his new business and he needed to find a quick way to remove this compromising material from the Internet.
Our company informed the Customer that it was possible for us to delete information from the Internet, namely from the search engine results of his first and last name and likewise from social networks, where his photo had been placed by journalists who had collected compromising information on him.
Search engines and social networks must comply with DMCA regulations and greatly value their reputation, so there is software available that monitors privacy and copyright. He agreed and we start Brand Protection and antiphishing services.
The DMCA policies, which are followed by search engines have effectively prevented the spread of unwanted information. Search engine reputation management (SERM) has allowed us to shift the remaining negative content to the 3rd -5th pages of the search results.
It took only one week for us to remove the photos that had discredited the Customer from the search engine results page of Google, Yandex, Bing, Yahoo and social networks (Instagram, Facebook, Vkontakte) while positive and neutral references to the Customer were added to the network.