The very simplest, a Google search will often turn up social media profiles, forum posts, and blog comments tied to a particular username.If you’re concerned about dating site matches finding your online presence, or people online finding your dating profile, just don’t reuse usernames or email addresses!You will be directed to a page where you can input criteria such as name, address and email.Select additional search options (smoking/nonsmoking, hobbies, etc.) to filter your results before clicking "Search" to locate the person you wish to find. Thanks I am planning on leaving him as soon as the kids are done with school, my family lives 100 miles away and that is where I am going to go. What makes me mad is when we got involved he preached to me about never cheating on him because his mom cheated on his dad and his ex wife cheated on him. A gf of mine discovered her husband was out on these dating sites chatting and emailing other women. Also he lies when I confront him about it and keeps changing his password because he don't want me to find out. If he got a chance to sleep with another woman I am sure he would do it without thinking twice about his kids or me. He keeps going on dating sites, if your married you should not be on dating sites looking for other women.
Were your photos taken in an apartment building or dorm that can be easily identified in other people’s photos?Aliases and usernames have become a big part of our personal online presence, and we often feel tied to them when we register for new sites and services.This can be a great was to build an online identity, but it can also make it trivial to tie our activity on various services together.A few years ago, image recognition on a large scale was restricted to law enforcement and corporate security. Free services like Tineye and Google Images will search billions of indexed images on the internet for identical or similar pictures.This isn’t necessarily traditional hash or metadata specific – cropping or resizing an image is not a foolproof way to defeat this (as I show in the screenshot below, where Tineye and Google correctly identified my profile selfie which is substantially cropped on social media).These sites utilize match-making and search engine features to pair users together for potential courtship.You can locate someone you know or are interested in online via the site's search feature. I never understand folks who think i'ts totally "harmless" for a married person to be posting up profiles searching people out on dating websites. Just as he is showing you that his words are cheap cause he keeps doing the same thing over and over again. person that gets caught out on a dating website has the same line "I didn't do anything/I never met up with anyone. Who's to say your husband hasn't started meeting some of these women in person? But this man is not the type of role model you want your children to see. My whole point is that HE is the one who royally screwed up here and HE should be the one leaving. Please read the links in my sig especially the newbie one and my story.The second way your photos can betray your privacy is a bit more technical, but still terribly important to recognize.It has to do with hidden information, or ‘metadata’, which is tacked onto most pictures by phones, photo editing software, and digital cameras.