One of the biggest issues people have with sharing photos, info and really anything on the internet today, is privacy. Really it is so hard to keep everything private and with so many kids now days online we really have to stress the importance of privacy.
Everything you post has the potential to come back and haunt you. I have seen too many stories of situations gone wrong ending up all over the internet leading to embarrassment for kids who just weren’t thinking. That’s where my role as a parent comes in, I have to take the time to make sure they understand the importance of not sharing every little thing online. Especially photos. While I hope they avoid photos that will come back to haunt them I still want them to be careful with who they share everyday life photos of themselves with.
That’s where OutmywindowTM comes in. It’s a secure photo sharing site that hopes to help users learn how to be a little more cautious about who they share with. It’s great to share your life with others but not necessarily everyone you know. OutmywindowTM is a great compromise, you can still share the special moments but just with the ones you choose. It’s a great way to be social without really sharing your vacation, your birthday, or whatever with the world but just the friends and family you choose.
Take a moment to sign up, invite friends, create albums and share with who you choose too and nobody else. Then share those personal photos with the select few who you trust. The app is available for download on iTunes http://bit.ly/Mx96k6 it can also be used online http://bit.ly/A7JGm7. Have you tried OutmywindowTM yet?
I have been hired by Warner Bros WBWord division to raise awareness for ‘outmywindow.
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