Rick’s answer: Alex, when someone “shares” one of your photos it doesn’t actually go into their account with their own photos. The photo they share is still your photo, and if you delete it, it’s gone. Anyone who has shared the deleted photo will no longer see it themselves, and neither will any of their friends.
Is sharing someone else’s photo on Facebook illegal?
If by sharing you mean clicking the Share button under their photos, then yes, it is legal. If by sharing you mean saving the photo to your device and then posting it directly to your page without their written permission, then most of the times no, it is not legal.
If you’ve shared an item, you can remove it from your profile directly. Go to your profile and click the down arrow that appears in the upper right corner. of the item, then click “Delete.”
How do I report someone sharing my photo on Facebook?
I want to report now
If you are concerned someone may share your intimate images on Facebook or Instagram and you have access to the images, you can visit StopNCII.org to get help.
Check Your Notifications
If a post has been shared, it’ll tell you the name of the person and how many hours ago they shared it. You may also receive an email informing you of this, depending on if you have email updates set up.
What can you do if someone posts your picture without permission?
Here’s what you can do:
- File a police report.
- Get the photo taken off social media/website.
- Consult with an attorney.
- Know your resources.
Can you sue someone for using your pictures on Facebook?
Although taking a photo of you in a public setting is not an invasion of privacy, if the person captures you in your home and then uses it on social media without your consent, you have legal recourse. … Defamation – To prove defamation, the photo posted by someone else on a social media site would have to defame you.
Can you sue someone for posting a picture of you?
Yes, in most cases, you can sue someone for posting a picture without your consent. Suing someone for posting a picture without your permission, though, is usually the last resort. First, contact the person who posted the picture and ask them to remove it.
A2A. No, the person who blocked you cannot see the photos of yours even if a mutual friend was tagged in it. Because, the photo resides in your account, it has to show up to the users from your account.
Find the post you want to delete and tap the three dots on the upper right of the post.
- Tap “Delete.” Facebook will then ask you to confirm that this is really what you want to do — tap “Delete Post” to confirm. …
- Click “Move to Recycle bin.”
How do I stop people from using my pictures on Facebook?
Click on the gray icon beneath an album, and choose “Customize.” Enter a person’s name in the “Hide this from these people” field, then click the friend’s name when Facebook shows it, along with a copy of her thumbnail image. Repeat the process for each album you want to block the person from.
Can you get a photo removed from Facebook?
How do I request the removal of my image from Facebook for privacy reasons? If you want to request the removal of your image for privacy reasons, please visit the image privacy violations section of the Help Center.
How do I stop someone from Screenshotting my Facebook?
How do I activate Facebook screenshot protection?
- Visit Facebook and log in to your account.
- Go to your Facebook profile page.
- Click on your profile picture.
- Select the Options link from below the photo.
- From the context menu, hit Turn On Profile Picture Guard.