Protecting privacy on the Internet: naiin can draw on the expertise of Reputeer

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(PresseBox) ( Berlin / Ulm, )
A reputation in the time of web 2.0 can quickly be damaged: just a few quick clicks of a mouse, and personal information, photos or comments are accessible on the Internet. And third parties often put unsolicited personal information on the Internet, too.

"no abuse in internet" (naiin) has promoted responsible conduct with personal data on the Internet for over ten years and gets active support from Reputeer in its commitment to more privacy and better data security. The specialist for online reputation management is now a full member of the non-profit non-governmental organization. "With our membership we want to support naiin in sensitizing the public to dealing responsibly with the Internet," says Michael Gebert, co-founder of Reputeer GmbH & Co. KG.

The expert knows that a good reputation in the Internet has grown increasingly important. Now any Internet user can find detailed information on another person by using a search engine. That can be have serious consequences: embarrassing situations with friends and colleagues, for example. But a damaged online reputation can also be catastrophic for one's career.

"The Internet forgets nothing; however with responsible handling of your own data it can be brought about that it either finds out nothing at all about a person that the general public shouldn't know, or at least won't remember well. naiin is involved in many ways with protecting privacy on the Internet. We look forward to being able to draw on the expertise of Reputeer in the future," said René Zoch, second chairman of naiin.

You can find more information at www.naiin.org and www.reputeer.de
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