It’s not a newsflash: A lot of people love Facebook, and I wanted to make sure that if you’re one of them, you take care of your privacy when you’re using Facebook. There are a lot of things going on that you’re probably not aware of, for instance over 600,000 Facebook logins (passwords and user names) are stolen EVERY DAY. And we’ve reminded you over and over and over again to use a good password manager, change your weak passwords in to strong ones, and use caution and common sense when you’re online — and on Facebook.
I found this interesting and informative article on Make Use Of – it’s called: “How to protect yourself on Facebook”. I hope if you’re a Facebook user, you take a few minutes and read this.
How to protect yourself on Facebook
Did you know that out of the 1.26 billion Facebook users worldwide, 128 million are American users — 11,000 of whom are being watched by the US government? Over 600,000 Facebook login credentials are compromised daily, and one in four of those credentials will later be used for identity fraud.
Here’s a list of do’s and don’ts to keep yourself safe on Facebook.