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Things I would Not Advice Facebook Users To Do On Facebook by Infoplaze 02:22:59 On 2017-03-14

With over one billion Facebook users connected in a way, there is no doubt that Facebook is the most popular social media in the world right now. Thus, there is the strong need for users to socialise with caution, wisdom and restraint. Billions of text posts, photos, videos, messages, deals and much more, hit the Facebook servers every day. You see all sorts on Facebook.

Being a regular user, I have come across practices, which I have, in many occasions, had to caution my friends and family members about.

Some of these users are actually not aware of some of the very useful features of Facebook which they can use to either protect themselves and their accounts or probably do not even know how far their posts on Facebook can travel. Some, as I later discovered, do not even know the implications of some of their actions and inactions 🙂

Some of the things which I will not advice a Facebook user to do, are as follows:

1. Displaying your full address on Facebook. Why would you want to do this? I read of a Facebook user who was traced to her home and raped to death. Her assailants, who were later arrested, claimed they could not resist the highly seductively-dressed lady, who made it very easy for them to reach her by posting her full home address on her About page on Facebook. If you must add your address at all, Facebook has made it possible for us to actually select who sees it, including adding specific names of those you want to see the address.

2. Opening up your timeline. I once opened my timeline one day and guess what a “friend” posted on it – an apple cut into two and looking exactly as a vagina. Jesus! Any of my close friends seeing that would definitely have been surprised and probably dissapointed 🙁 At other times, I have read a number of outburst on this same issue of posting gabbage on users’ timeline. So, I had to lock up my timeline. Now I decide what features there.

3. Limiting your sign in to username and password. Many Facebook users sign in into their accounts using their usernames and passwords. This is not advisable. Telling you that there is growing internet insecurity is probably telling you what you already know. Opinions I have sampled show that a lot of Facebook users do not know about the Two-factor Authentication. This is a security feature that makes Facebook to send a log in code to your phone. Thus, to log in into your account you will need your username, password and a log in code. I have already written on this.

Find out more @ (Please click link)... http://www.infoplaze.com/2017/02/advice-for-facebook-users/


Replied by finegirl 22:25:48 On 15-03-2017 I love your write up, very informative and straight to the point. We have many "Newbies" using internet especially social media and especially Facebook discussing and sharing their private life online, I pray they come across this topic.

Just checked your website, keep it up.

Learnt something new from your website, How to check whether a website is safe or not.
Replied by Infoplaze 08:45:59 On 16-03-2017 Hi @finegirl,

Tanks a lot for your very inspiring response. Well, you could do your Facebook "friends" some good by sharing this post. That way, a lot awareness would be created. Like you said, so many internet "newbies" and even some people who have been using the internet for ages, still do not know the implications of some of the things they do online. The knowledge is just not there. I will be very glad if you could do this. You could be saving or helping someone out there.

Thanks a lot for checking out my site. I am glad it was worthwhile.

Just checked your site too. We seem to have a common passion - love for technology.

Thumbs up Cute babe... ohh sorry I meant @finegirl

Cheers :)
Replied by tooto 17:36:43 On 18-03-2017 Informative!!! Thanks.
Replied by finegirl 01:03:42 On 21-03-2017 @Infoplaze, already shared, such an educative topic like this must surely be shared. Just keep up with your good topics, your Blog is going places.<br /> lol@cute babe, thank you.
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