Broadcasting yourself online – on CAM4 or 3rd party services like Skype – carries the risk of being recorded, but there are many things you can do to lower your risk or take action once you've been recorded.
Lowering Your Risk Of Being Recorded
Using programs like Many-cams or broadcasting using OBS will allow you to watermark your broadcast and that will give you more control of your image – most adult content sites care about your privacy and will not allow watermarked videos/images to be uploaded.
To further protect your privacy, CAM4 allows performers to hide their face – or even wear a mask – while broadcasting.
What To Do If You Find A Recording Of Yourself
If your videos/images are uploaded to a download site (such as 4shared or Megaupload) your best bet is to contact them first to request the removal. Have the URL links to your uploaded video(s) ready. Upload sites are more apt to respond quickly as this violates their policy.
If other types of websites posting your content you can contact the administrators by using their Copyright Violation/DMCA link – this will typically be located at the bottom of the page. If you cannot find one, use their Abuse or Contact info provided.
If you are unable to find contact information on the website, you can go to netsol.com and do a WHOIS search. In some cases you may be able to find the company that hosts the website and inform them of the violation of the company’s terms of service.
You may have to contact certain sites a few times before your successful, but these are the steps you need to take to get your videos/images removed from a website.
~That’s all for this lesson!
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