One of my previous projects that I was working on is now back online under a different name. Previously it was using Eanix, and more recently it was a code name project called truthfully.online, but it was time to give it a little branding.
Slckly.com, named after Slick, an account that leaked the media for someone I know, is a service that uses DMCA takedowns to take down content you own, typically photos containing you, from selfies to explicit content.
The photo “leaking” represents your photos that were leaked. No matter whether it hit a website, or was put into a Dropbox/Mega account being sold as a pack.
If you come across any sites that have leaked content (guy or girl) then please send the site using the add site button so that we can monitor that site too.
Our target audience is actually those who take and sell photos of themselves online through various means such as 1:1 Snapchat trades, Twitter profiles, content packs, and more.
Social media has trouble keeping up with leaked content, such as baits. One of the worst mistakes you could make in my opinion is to post yourself online in any compromising photos, whether sexually explicit or just humiliating. These photos can haunt you for a long time, sometimes forever. After all, once it’s on the internet, anyone could have it, so it’s often considered permanent.
The point of slckly.com is to help you locate and eventually remove this content. It’s a mistake to ever send the photos to begin with, and is especially bad if you have tattoos. I’m not here to parent you or lecture you for anyone’s decision. A lot of people get by sharing their explicits for a quick buck. Since there is no stopping it, this site is to help protect your copyright, which is your entitled right to ownership for it being a photo of you.