Internet Marketing –Protect your Facebook! -2

‘Apple says all its devices are
affected by two bugs.’
This news identified risks of
your information being hacked.
For many people, Facebook provides a
place to record their life’s events.
The risk is that too
much information is provided,
leaving them vulnerable to fraud and
identity theft:
-Your Credit Card or Other Financial
Researchers recommend being extremely
vigilant about images in the back of
photographs giving away vital personal
information – for example your credit
card or passport lying on the table.
– Your Full Home Address
Do not put your full address on
Facebook – even if you just restrict it
to friends.
– When Your Home is Empty
You should not post when you check into
an airport as you could inadvertently
be alerting criminals to the fact your
home is empty.
– Regular Photos with Geotags
Facebook will often prompt you to add
the location of a photo when you upload
it. But this presents a problem if done
Companies, brands and potential hackers
can discover things like where you last
went on holiday, where you went out
last night and whether you’re in a
Personal information taken from
Facebook can also be instrumental in
fraudsters stealing your identity.
‘If you’ve ever pressed ‘Login with
Facebook’ on a website, you’re giving
Facebook permission to share sensitive
data with the site you are visiting’.
‘In today’s digital age, people are
sharing just about everything on social
media sites like Facebook.
‘But most are unaware of just how much
can be seen by brands, businesses and,
in some cases, criminals’, he said.
Researchers say the best way to stay
safe online is to only share what you
would be happy for the whole world to
‘As tempting as it may be to rejoice
about the fact that the whole family is
going on a weekend away, keep in mind
that you may be inadvertently letting
criminals know that your house is empty
during this time’
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