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Safe Shepherd helps protect people from identity theft, digital criminals, and stalkers.

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Safe Shepherd Launches Public API and the Death of Online Privacy in Landmark Study

WSJ blog • May 14, 2013

Safe Shepherd, a service that crawls the web, finding and deleting personal information, today announced the launch of their public API for integration into other systems, along with a study of the 290 million unique records of 24 million Americans the service has been used to find so far.

Meet The Millennials Protecting Baby Boomers' Internet Privacy

Forbes • Sept. 10, 2012

This free service, which launched about a year ago, searches data broker’s websites and takes care of the laborious process of getting your name, address, etc. deleted. With about 50,000 users, Leshner said it’s mostly made up of 30 to 50 year olds (as you would imagine his company’s privacy policy doesn’t allow them to track user data, so this age group is only an estimate from talking to clients). He said this older generation of user feels like there is a physical threat to having this information on the Internet and uses Safe Shepherd to protect the whole family.

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