Say Goodbye To Doxxing

The internet has made the invasion of privacy much easier than before. Easy to find and even easier to use hacking tools make exposing the personal lives of web users much easier than before. Doxxing, the practice of exposing personal information about individual persons to ruin them, has almost become an accepted part of life. As quickly as doxxing has become a part of our lives it may soon become a thing of the past. Status Labs and it’s CEO Darius Fisher have found a way to prevent personal information from finding it’s way into the public through the internet. As the company builds a name for itself, public figures and laypersons alike are taking notice of their innovation.


Stories about doxxing can be found all over the internet. One particularly recent example is the story of University of Missouri professor Melissa Click. After a video clip of her going on a rant went viral, the University of Missouri’s Board of Curators voted to have her fired quickly to save face amidst the controversy the sprang up around her.

The way that Status Labs works it magic can be a little peculiar. In this digital age we live in, it’s important to know exactly what people see when searching for you on Google whether it’s an employer who’s looking into hiring you for a job or a potential groomer checking your past for a date. To help you keep your private life private, Status Labs uses SEO , or search engine optimization, techniques to help reduce the expose of your private information. It’s essentially the reversal of the same things many websites use to increase their presence on the internet. Follow Status Labs on Twitter @statuslabs to keep up with their news and updates.

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