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SafeShepherd: Defining Safety as a Service

Data-brokers are companies which collect your family's personal information and sell it for people-search, background checks and marketing. SafeShepherd stops that by finding and removing your records online from websites that sell it.

SafeShepherd monitors, removes, and prevents your personal information from being used against you. They engage customers who are concerned about their personal privacy, identity theft, and household security. SafeShepherd offers both a free Basic and a paid Premium service to choose from.

"We remove people's personal information from the web. Over time, a lot of the things that were private have leaked out of social networks, have come from public records and have been scraped, aggregated and are being sold by people search websites, background check websites and some marketing databases. SafeShepherd finds you where ever we can, and then we automate the process of removing you from the companies that are selling your information," says Robert Leshner, CEO & co-founder of SafeShepherd.

SafeShepherd is defining Safety as a Service.

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I knew this would be the next place to be in the industry of information [all those "its freaky app"], there was a scene on I am number four where he ran a program and it took off all the images so that he could protect 4. The industry to get into now is anything that protects online privacy.
Can't reach their website... Scobleized? :)
Super!! Much needed service Robert!
Bet Scobleized sticks better :) Like slashdotted
JW West
I've loved these guys since I heard their pitch story. They basically saw that Dave McClure was checked in nearby and crashed his BBQ.
I have never had a prog. take this long. It has been1/2hr. now. Gave up I'll try late.
What a joke. Came back with 10 results for people with different middle names that live in a different country.
I might write a blog post about this... I think the paid plans are a little pricey considering what they do. does anyone disagree on this? 
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