Provide a service that protects people's online privacy by good faith "stalking" them in order to find whether some info that shouldn't is available for all to see.
Cover your tracks to avoid potential scams.
Ensure job recruiters are only seeing the side of you that you'd like them to.
Protect not only your online persona, but your real life data.
You give an email (or emails) and your name to the service provider and they go on internet searches to see what private matters they can dig up about you. The service provider is an avid internet user. Similar to how there are good hackers that test the defenses of IT systems to report them to the owner. Or an online private investigator.
You must send an email from the email that is being checked in order to ensure it's your own. Same goes for a name, you have to confirm it somehow. Like via a verified social media profile, or you show your ID on a video call.
Good faith stalker checks for:
- Social media visability to ensure it's reserved for only the people you want to, not everyone.
- YouTube channel you use and privacy of playlists. Same goes for Twitter lists.
- Whether your internet pseudonyms and avatars can be linked back to you.
- Check for fake profiles under your likeness.
- Checking whether the emails are linked to some embarassing websites the service-user joined as a kid at the dawn of internet.
- Whether your home address is online somewhere, or phone number.
It would then deliver a .pdf report divided through platforms like Facebook, LinkedIn, with green checkmarks and red alerts for each preagreed section. It would also provide suggestion as to how to mitigate these mishaps.
I think this is a great way that gen z kids can earn money from older people.
How would one go about marketing this service?
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