Follow these tips for protecting your privacy on social media.
In 2020, there were 3.96 billion active users on social media and the number keeps growing. Whether it’s to find a place to eat, stay in touch with friends or family, or connect with industry peers to gain knowledge for your career growth, social media has a platform for you and your interests. But are you being safe with divulging your personal information, also known as personally identifiable information (PII)?
Once you hit the “post” button, your content is out there for anyone to see. If you post that you’re going out of town or “check in” to restaurants or event venues, you only want those you trust to receive this information. Many burglaries can be traced back to home owners sharing news about a vacation online.
If you can follow our tips above, you are on the right path to protecting your personal information and staying safe while surfing the web and using social media.
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