|By PR Newswire||
|January 4, 2013 04:57 AM EST||
It's safe to say that the majority of people in the U.S. will run into some kind of trouble with the law at one point or another. In fact, it is estimated that nearly a third of all people in the U.S. will be arrested in their lifetime. Under normal circumstances, when an arrest occurs, a mugshot photo is taken and details of the arrest are recorded and stored as public information. Today, websites like Kentucky.Arrests.Org obtain this free public information and post it to their websites, enabling viewers to comment on, ridicule, and humiliate the arrestee.
Luckily, there is a reputable company that is ready to help those who have been arrested. InternetReputation.com has been effectively removing negative content on the web for years, but has recently started offering mugshot removal services to people who have been arrested in Kentucky. What is shocking about Kentucky.Arrests.Org is that those who have been arrested are not necessarily convicted, but once the mugshot is taken, it is posted in a database and picked up by Arrests.org.
Once posted to Kentucky.Arrests.Org, the mugshots can be used by anyone for any type of purpose. Kentucky.Arrests.Org promotes tagging of the mugshots with labels such as "transgender" and "handicapped" and categories such as "grandmas" and "grandpas." Viewers have the option to comment on the mugshots, promoting further ridicule and mockery.
In the past, before the commonality of the internet, mugshot photos were stored at police stations or court houses – although the public was always able to view the mugshots, most people didn't venture down to the station to view them, but things have changed. With the internet being the open forum that it is, these mugshots can be viewed, free of charge, from the comfort of one's home. Sites like mugshots.com have mugshot records from over 100 years ago now hosted on their site. Furthermore, the mugshots can be saved, and shared, on numerous social media sites. It's important to remember that the sooner the problem is addressed, the better; mugshot-hosting websites are less likely to remove a mugshot if it's generating a lot of conversation.
Encouragingly, arrestees have the option to work with a trustworthy and respectable firm, InternetReputation.com, to combat Kentucky.Arrests.Org and have the mugshots removed. Other internet reputation management firms offer to remove the mugshot from a single website, but InternetReputation.com can do more than that.
InternetReputation.com is able to not only remove the mugshot and offensive information about the arrest, they can also provide flattering, keyword-heavy, positive content that will actually prove positive search engine results. Instead of the arrest or other negative content gracing the first few pages of a Google search, only the optimistic content will be seen.
While Arrests.org will continue to collect and post mugshots, InternetReputation.com will continue to work with clients to have the negative content removed. Mugshots, arrest records, and negative content can destroy a person's credibility and reputation and potentially destroy careers and future opportunities. Thankfully, InternetReputation.com will continue to offer its services and has recently offered services to combat material on Kentucky.Arrests.Org.
About: InternetReputation.com is a successful internet reputation management firm that serves clients with measurable results. The award-winning company utilizes proven SEO strategies combined with authoritative SEM professionals so that clients experience results in a short period of time. InternetReputation.com has the ability to remove mugshots from multiple sites with a single campaign.
Media Contact: Gary Bloom, InternetReputation.com, 1-800-758-9012, firstname.lastname@example.org
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