|A portrait Eaton Rapids Joe. Maybe.|
And then one of the adults spoke up
The hostess of the party is in one of the counseling professions and she shared her profession's "Code of Conduct".
The Code of Conduct, as I understand it, is slightly different than the Code of Ethics. The Code of Ethics is compact and more theoretical. The Code of Conduct is more concrete and specific.
The hostess said that her profession requires that "reasonable effort be made to 'manage' on-line content." For example, consider the options that are available to "manage" on-line content.
- The person in the photo can verbally request that the image be removed. If that works then the problem is solved. If it does not work....
- He can follow-up by requesting that the image be removed via email...which provides evidence that he is making an effort.
- He can request that the image be "un-tagged" so it is not linked to him. Again, email is the preferred medium
- He can dilute the images on the internet by flooding it with plausible substitutes. Then he can ask friends to "click on" the benign pictures to "bury" the undesirable image.