Tampa, Florida-THE MUGSHOT PROBLEM – According to the Orlando Sentinel, since 2011 Mugshots.com has managed to accumulate over 30 million arrests records that were collected from Sheriff Departments across the country. The damage caused by mugshot websites like Mugshots.com and Arrests.org is an immediate and long-term fallout for arrested individuals.
Mugshot websites increase the difficulty of recovering from the humiliation of getting arrested and exposes their personal information search engines like Google, Yahoo, and Bing.
Recently Gov. Rick Scott signed a bill into law that will require websites that publish mug shots to take them down upon request if the person pictured is not convicted. The challenge for many is the new Florida law will only provide relief for those who were found innocent, those who remain on the website will need the assistant of Reputation Management experts like RemoveSlander.com.
A spokesperson for the firm said that the mugshot problem would remain a problem as long as Sheriff Departments and local newspapers continue to post-arrest photos.
“To correct the mugshot problem you first have to go to the source, and that remains the Sheriff Departments who publish these inmate photos online.” The rep went on to say that “we had seen times when a person’s mugshot photo was Published online before the guy was able to make it home and take a shower. When it comes to controlling the mugshot crisis Mugshots.com is not the only site to carry the blame – the booking photo was first posted online for all to see by Police and second by newspaper Crime Blotters.”
On their website, it says boldly that RemoveSlander.com is the inventor of Mugshot Removal Services: in the spring of 2010 they enrolled their first mugshot removal client. “The other major problem we experienced in trying to remove our client’s information from the internet were transparency laws in states like Florida and Texas. Laws that mandated all state-run agencies to make their data easily accessible. We’re hoping this new Florida Mugshot Bill that goes into effect July 1, 2018; law will also shine a light on the need to know versus the mass uploading of sensitive content like mugshot photos.”
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Contact InformationShawn Kiplin