Facebook allows us to stay in touch with friends and family, wherever we are. It is also a way to overcome time and kilometers, getting an education and earning money. However, at the same time, if you publish something wrong, it can destroy your reputation. What you post greatly influences you and those with whom you are associated. So think before posting something, because you are sharing personal information with millions of users, and this can turn against you.
So, this is what you should never post on Facebook:
1. Obsession with love.
A photo with your loved one is cute, but if you post them too much and too often, it tells others that you are not confident. Focus on your love in reality.
2. Photos of your children.
This information can be incredibly dangerous if it falls into the wrong hands. Your family is the most important thing in your life, and posting personal information about your children (where they live or what school they go to) can be made public.
Protect your children.This does not mean that you can not post their photos at all, but limit their number and check your environment to make sure that no one can use your personal information.
3. Passwords and account numbers.
This is personal information that you can never share on the Internet for your own security. If you need to tell someone this data, do it in person or by phone.
4. Talk about your everyday life.
For the sake of your safety, it is better not to post, what time you get up, when you go to work, training, or what else you do during the day. Detractors can take advantage of this information against you, seizing the moment when you are not at home.
5. Talk about your work.
You will not believe it, but there are cases when people were fired after they negatively wrote about their work on the network. Share your successes and experiences personally with friends and family. If you want to advertise to your employer, create a page for your company and separate your personal and professional life.
6. Your address or phone number.
Your friends and family will find how to contact you. Sharing this information online is dangerous.If you change the number, do not post it online for everyone. It is also dangerous to share your location, otherwise attackers can take advantage of this, for example, by robbing your home when you leave somewhere.
7. Express hatred.
Negative comments or other people's inappropriate photos will not make anyone better. Bad reputation will overtake you.