Dear Mr. X:
The point is, the man in the picture must feel the same humiliation, the same shame, as another man who's had his pictures stolen for an identity. The humiliation and shame isn't any less acute.
Which goes back to the original theory: No one must post pictures, unless he is willing to take the risk that they will be stolen.
The same thing goes for words, too. While I haven't posted pictures that have brought me shame or humiliation, I certainly have posted words--words that are capable of inflicting pain; words that are capable of bringing humiliation to another human being. I am no different--I have posted words that I bitterly regret. I consider it a learning experience.
Which goes to a final theory:
No one should ever post either a picture or a post that might bring them shame or humiliation later on, because no one can "unring a bell". Once those pictures or words are posted, the Internet has them forever. See attachment: