Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, WordPress, various online game profiles and probably a MySpace profile circa the early 2000s. If I’m being honest with myself. I’m probably extremely visible online. I have a weird last name and none of my accounts are on private, so if you google me there I am. Although, it might be a good thing that you get me if you google me, not that anyone is googling me other than myself.
The only information under my control is the information I choose to post. Even though sometimes even that is out of my control when apps or websites post for you, which I always opt out of but they often find a way to sneak in. Which is the problem with our privacy and online visibility. Media companies have gotten sneaky with the “Terms and Conditions” that most of us check “agree” without having read them.
For example, if you have agreed to Instagram’s terms and conditions whether you are aware or not you have agreed that your content is non-confidential and nonproprietary, not to mention that they are not responsible for and will not be liable for the use or disclosure of your content. This article from The Media Online discusses who really owns the pictures we post, because it doesn’t seem like it’s us