Never give 5 information on Facebook
You share your whole life through Facebook. Maybe things that you never want to tell others about are being exposed to your carelessness. Others are getting more information than what you are sharing with friends. Experts have said not to share 5 pieces of information on Facebook to avoid such discomfort.
1. Phone number:
Giving home or personal mobile numbers on the Facebook page means that prank callers, stockers, scammers, and identity thieves can steal this information and cause various incidents. In addition, anyone can find the page by searching with your phone number. Reza Moindin, a security expert, said mobile numbers could be easily stolen from places where social media security is not very good.
2. Home address: Where you recently went on vacation can be dangerous. Giving home address there is extremely foolish. If you have provided this information in the ‘Contact and Basic Info’ section, remove it. Click ‘Edit’ and ‘Save Changes’.
3. Any job information:
Don’t give information on Facebook about where you work or where you work. When looking for an employee from your office or other organization, you may find some information or pictures that they may not like. These can cause major problems in your career. If you have the information, scan using Facebook’s timeline tools. You can see your previous posts. If there is any professional information, remove it.
4. Relationship Status:
Relationships are a personal matter. Facebook is not the place to expose these. This creates many tensions in personal, family, and social life. Anyone can cause all kinds of problems with these. So do not always give status to the relationship.
5. Any information regarding money:
Facebook can be used for free. But do not give your bank account number or credit card number etc. here. If you fall into the hands of hackers, you will be defeated. Once you use this information sitting at home computer, but someone else can use it sitting at that computer and spend more money.