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  • 1. Social Network Sharing What Not To Share
  • 2. Gatherers of Your Information
      • Scam artists
      • Identity thieves
      • Debt collectors
      • Stalkers
      • Hiring managers
      • Marketing companies
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    • Educate yourself about how your information is shared!
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    • Protect your identity, security, and reputation!
  • 3. DO NOT SHARE...
  • 4. Your E-Mail Account
      • Registration process requires it to join
        • Access user's e-mail address book
        • Solicit you and your contacts
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      • Read all agreements carefully
        • Including the privacy policy
        • Protect yourself
        • Protect your contacts
          • Solicitation
  • 5. Work-Associated E-Mail
      • Keep professional and personal lives separate
        • Create e-mail for personal use
        • Create a separate e-mail for social networks
  • 6. Your Exact Date of Birth
      • Useful for an identity thief
        • Date and place of birth used to predict SS#
          • 2009 study, Carnegie Mellon researchers
      • Use privacy settings to restrict date visibility
        • Do not provide the year
  • 7. Your Browsing History
      • Delete cookies, including flash cookies
        • Every time you leave a site
      • Use a proxy server to mask your IP address
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  • 8. Your Vacation Plans
      • Travel dates and times could be compromised
      • No guarantee
        • Post could become known to unauthorized viewers
  • 9. Public Posts With Personal Info
    • Do not post your:
      • address
      • phone number
      • e-mail address
      • home GPS location 
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    • on a social network profile or status update
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    • Predators:
      • scam artists
      • marketing companies
  • 10. Compromising Photos or Posts
    • Audience may stretch beyond who you intended
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    • Photos or posts could:
      • Embarass you or others
      • Put you in a sensitive situation
      • Compromise your reputation
  • 11. Money
      • Beware of money requests
        • Even from well-known contacts
      • Accounts could become compromised
        • Scam artists use this info to defraud another 
  • 12. In Conclusion
      • Know the privacy policy of your social network
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      • Keep your personal information private
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      • Be cautious of the information you post
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      • Be skeptical