It was right next to one with another young girl putting lipstick on. That photo could be seen very easily as provocative. The rest of the blog had lots of posts about random photos and artsy exhibits from around the world. Some of it explicit.
Of course I was not happy to have my little girl's photo on a web site that:
a. I didn't know about
b. has basically pornography on the same page
I emailed the pages owner. Instead of asking him to take it down, I just asked how it got there. He said:
I'm sorry. My English uses the translation software, it is not easy to understand. Is your daughter's photograph this? http://hugo-sb.way-nifty.com/hugo_sb/2007/06/061407amandasel.html I found this photograph from Flikcr. I liked this photograph very much. And, I copied this photograph onto my blog. This photograph is very cute and lovely. It apologizes for my use of your daughter's photograph without permission. Do you demand to delete this photograph from my blog? If you demand, I will immediately delete it. Thank you. Hugo Strikes Back!OK, seems harmless enough. Still, yikes. I'm going to have to think about all my online photo sharing and see if I can lock it down a bit more.
Google's picasso has a way for you to put photos on line and send a special link to people That link has a key, and only people with the correct link can see the pictures. That adds a level of security... I'm going to ask Hugo to delete the photo. I'm going to remove it from flickr as well.
What about you, do you keep an eye on your Google personality?