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10 Things You Should Never Share on Facebook

Posting too much information on Facebook might be unsafe for you and your family. Here're 10 things you should delete from your Facebook. It can even help you protect your house from burglary while you are away! Facebook. It “helps you connect and share with the people in your life.” And “it’s free and always will be.” It’s hard to find a person who has never seen these lines in their life. Facebook has gone through a lot of transformations since its original launch in 2004 as a Harvard student network. Are you among those 2 billion people who belong to a $500 billion empire? TIMESTAMPS Your phone number 0:54 Friends who aren't your real friends 1:23 The mobile app 2:14 Personal information: your favorite books, music, and so on 3:02 Disable facial recognition 4:06 Your location on photo tags 5:11 Your credit card details 5:43 Your relationship status 6:04 Your birthday 6:50 Your “traveling to” status 7:20 SUMMARY - It might be a better idea not to give your phone number away to the world. After all, there are all kinds of people online – even on your big friends' list. - Researchers believe a human can keep around 150 stable relationships. You don’t have to cut your friends list to that number, of course. But it might be a good idea to virtually let go of people you would rather not share your news and pictures with.   - Tech World Zone was wondering, too, so they ran an independent test, which revealed that the Facebook app on Android phones takes at least 20% of your battery life. It turns out Facebook depletes the battery in the background whenever your phone is on. - Everything Facebook knows about you is for advertising. While Facebook is “free and will always be” for you, it’s understandable it has to get money from someone else. - Around 350 million photos are uploaded to Facebook every day. It means 4,000 photos appear on different users’ pages and in newsfeeds every second. - If you tag your location once you are at home, everyone will be able to see where you live. Pictures with geotags from bars give away your partying locations where you might not want to see your ex or obsessive stalker, for example. - Just don’t share your credit card details with anyone! If someone asks you to do it online, just don’t. - You change your status back to single. Your friends tell you how he or she was never good enough for you, and you start posting status updates saying you feel “happy,” “inspired” and “better than ever!”... Sound a bit desperate, right? - Your date of birth is actually very personal information and might be the puzzle piece someone might use to get access to your bank and other personal accounts. So it’s a good idea to keep it private. - In fact, burglars who rob houses are also more than happy to see travel updates. Moreover, some insurance companies reject claims coming from those who got burgled while on vacation. Subscribe to Bright Side : https://goo.gl/rQTJZz ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Our Social Media: Facebook: https://ift.tt/1NR4JJP Instagram: https://ift.tt/2pDikkf SMART Youtube: https://goo.gl/JTfP6L 5-Minute Crafts Youtube: https://ift.tt/2pNb6gr ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- For more videos and articles visit: https://ift.tt/2d8ayZz
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