Facebook and Identity Theft: 7 Questions to Ask Yourself Before Posting

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What's Your Privacy Like?
When was the last time you look at your privacy settings for your Facebook page? As the platform continues to change, you need to keep ... more 
Photo by: Image source: opensourceway
What's Your Privacy Like?
When was the last time you look at your privacy settings for your Facebook page? As the platform continues to change, you need to keep changing with it. Make sure you review your privacy settings so that only people you know can see your information rather than allowing it to go public.
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Fri, Oct 18, 2013 1:44 PM EDT

There's no doubt that posting and sharing information on your Facebook page is a great way to keep friends and family up to date on your life. I love keeping up with out-of-state family and friends through Facebook. But outside of your circle of friends, what you're sharing on Facebook could put your financial and personal life at risk. Identity thieves are a very crafty lot and can use the information you are providing for their own good. Things that you think are seemingly innocent can be used for evil and can potentially ruin your financial situation. Click through for 7 questions you MUST ask yourself before posting to Facebook! -By Anna Newell Jones

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