Brand Protection for Models & Content Creators

Best practices to protect your online privacy

Protecting your online privacy is crucial in today’s digital age, where personal information is often at risk. Companies collecting personal information; like while using your socials, when you shop online, redeem a coupon, or even browse the internet. The collected information can be shared or sold to another company. While data collection offers benefits to both you and other businesses – like connecting with friends, getting directions, or sales promotions – it can also be used in ways that are intrusive – unless you take control.
Are you a seasoned performer or a newcomer to the adult industry? Privacy and safety is everything.
Therefore, we’re sharing some tips to safeguard your online privacy. Check the boxes to see how well you are protected!
  1. Check Your Privacy Settings
Many social media platforms include the option to manage your privacy settings and limit ways on how your data is collected and used. For example: Instagram allows you to tailor your privacy settings, including who has access to your posts, who may comment or like and you’re able to manage what happens to your posts after you’ve deleted them. TikTok allows you to share your content publicly or private and allows you to change you personalized advertisement settings. Twitter allows you to manage if they may share your data with third-party businesses, or track your browsing outside of Twitter, and choose if you’d like tailored ads. 2. Limit sharing of your location data. Most social media platforms ask for access to your location data. Be aware this location data is often used to tailor ads and recommendations based on locations you have recently visited. Allowing access to location services may also permit them to share location information with third parties. Do they need it for obvious helpful reasons, beneficial to you? Otherwise, feel free to say NO.
  1. Use Strong Passwords, by using unique and complex passwords for each of your accounts and considering using a password manager it’s more likely to
  1. Two-Factor Authentication
Two-factor authentication adds an additional layer of protection. This added step makes it harder for malicious actors to gain access to your accounts. Two-factor authentication only adds a few seconds to your day but can save you from a lot of headache and harm to your brand.
  1. Use a VPN
A VPN encrypts your internet connection, making it more difficult for third parties to intercept your data. It also masks your IP address, enhancing your anonymity online.
  1. Browse Securely
Use HTTPS whenever possible, especially when transmitting sensitive information online. HTTPS encrypts data between your browser and the website you’re visiting, reducing the risk of interception.
Tired of ads following your every move online? Take back control by going into your settings and switch them off.
  1. Be cautious with Public Wi-Fi
Avoid accessing sensitive accounts or transmitting confidential information when connected to public Wi-Fi networks. If you must use public Wi-Fi, consider using a VPN to encrypt your connection.
  1. Encrypt Your Devices
Encrypt your computer, smartphone, and other devices to protect your data in case they are lost or stolen.
  1. Regularly clear cookies and browser history
Clearing cookies and browser history will help to prevent tracking by advertisers and third parties.
  1. Keep Your Devices & Apps Up to Date
Keeping software current and up to date is the only way to make sure that your device is protected against the latest software vulnerabilities. By enabling automatic updates on your devices, you can be sure that your apps and operating system are always up to date. 
Online Safety, Your livelihood depends on it.
  1. Use a Password Manager
Use strong and secure passwords across platforms, this will ensure your personal data and information are protected from unauthorized use. It can be difficult to remember complex passwords for every account and using a password manager might come in handy.  
  1. Turning off Personalized Ads
Tired of ads following your every move online? Take back control by going into your settings and switch them off.     And last but not least, Stay Educated! By staying informed about current privacy threats and best practices for protecting your online privacy. Regularly update your knowledge and adapt your practices accordingly.