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  • Op tal van commerciële websites vind je de Like-knop terug.Door Een artikel te liken, plaats je een berichtje op je facebook. Dit berichtje komt terecht bij al je vrienden en vrienden van vrienden. Die dit opnieuw kunnen liken, waardoor dit berichtje meteen een stapje verder gaat en doorgaat naar de vrienden van de vrienden van die vriend. In het geval van 300 vrienden gaat je berichtje dan door naar 300 X 300 X 300
  • Op tal van commerciële websites vind je de Like-knop terug.Door Een artikel te liken, plaats je een berichtje op je facebook. Dit berichtje komt terecht bij al je vrienden en vrienden van vrienden. Die dit opnieuw kunnen liken, waardoor dit berichtje meteen een stapje verder gaat en doorgaat naar de vrienden van de vrienden van die vriend. In het geval van 300 vrienden gaat je berichtje dan door naar 300 X 300 X 300
  • Op tal van commerciële websites vind je de Like-knop terug.Door Een artikel te liken, plaats je een berichtje op je facebook. Dit berichtje komt terecht bij al je vrienden en vrienden van vrienden. Die dit opnieuw kunnen liken, waardoor dit berichtje meteen een stapje verder gaat en doorgaat naar de vrienden van de vrienden van die vriend. In het geval van 300 vrienden gaat je berichtje dan door naar 300 X 300 X 300
  • Op tal van commerciële websites vind je de Like-knop terug.Door Een artikel te liken, plaats je een berichtje op je facebook. Dit berichtje komt terecht bij al je vrienden en vrienden van vrienden. Die dit opnieuw kunnen liken, waardoor dit berichtje meteen een stapje verder gaat en doorgaat naar de vrienden van de vrienden van die vriend. In het geval van 300 vrienden gaat je berichtje dan door naar 300 X 300 X 300
  • Op tal van commerciële websites vind je de Like-knop terug.Door Een artikel te liken, plaats je een berichtje op je facebook. Dit berichtje komt terecht bij al je vrienden en vrienden van vrienden. Die dit opnieuw kunnen liken, waardoor dit berichtje meteen een stapje verder gaat en doorgaat naar de vrienden van de vrienden van die vriend. In het geval van 300 vrienden gaat je berichtje dan door naar 300 X 300 X 300
  • Op tal van commerciële websites vind je de Like-knop terug.Door Een artikel te liken, plaats je een berichtje op je facebook. Dit berichtje komt terecht bij al je vrienden en vrienden van vrienden. Die dit opnieuw kunnen liken, waardoor dit berichtje meteen een stapje verder gaat en doorgaat naar de vrienden van de vrienden van die vriend. In het geval van 300 vrienden gaat je berichtje dan door naar 300 X 300 X 300
  • Op tal van commerciële websites vind je de Like-knop terug.Door Een artikel te liken, plaats je een berichtje op je facebook. Dit berichtje komt terecht bij al je vrienden en vrienden van vrienden. Die dit opnieuw kunnen liken, waardoor dit berichtje meteen een stapje verder gaat en doorgaat naar de vrienden van de vrienden van die vriend. In het geval van 300 vrienden gaat je berichtje dan door naar 300 X 300 X 300
  • ongewenste vriendenverzoeken van onbekende mensen ten allen tijde snuisteren in je leven. Je foto's misbruikt verkeerde vrienden die je vertrouwen misbruiken ongewenste nieuwsberichten over elke activiteit je vrienden posten Je vrienden zien elke activiteit die je op facebook uitspookt Je krijgt massa's ongewenste advertenties Je zal gedramatiseer krijgen van onbeduidende dingen in andermans leven Iedere 'vriend' en vriend van vriend krijgt al je iinformatie en foto's te zien als je je privacy niet instelt Je vrinden kunnen je taggen in foto's die je liever niet deelt. Applicaties zullen details willen ontfrustelen die je niet graag prijsgeeft Je zult vele uren verspillen aan facebook
  • ongewenste vriendenverzoeken van onbekende mensen ten allen tijde snuisteren in je leven. Je foto's misbruikt verkeerde vrienden die je vertrouwen misbruiken ongewenste nieuwsberichten over elke activiteit je vrienden posten Je vrienden zien elke activiteit die je op facebook uitspookt Je krijgt massa's ongewenste advertenties Je zal gedramatiseer krijgen van onbeduidende dingen in andermans leven Iedere 'vriend' en vriend van vriend krijgt al je iinformatie en foto's te zien als je je privacy niet instelt Je vrinden kunnen je taggen in foto's die je liever niet deelt. Applicaties zullen details willen ontfrustelen die je niet graag prijsgeeft Je zult vele uren verspillen aan facebook
  • ongewenste vriendenverzoeken van onbekende mensen ten allen tijde snuisteren in je leven. Je foto's misbruikt verkeerde vrienden die je vertrouwen misbruiken ongewenste nieuwsberichten over elke activiteit je vrienden posten Je vrienden zien elke activiteit die je op facebook uitspookt Je krijgt massa's ongewenste advertenties Je zal gedramatiseer krijgen van onbeduidende dingen in andermans leven Iedere 'vriend' en vriend van vriend krijgt al je iinformatie en foto's te zien als je je privacy niet instelt Je vrinden kunnen je taggen in foto's die je liever niet deelt. Applicaties zullen details willen ontfrustelen die je niet graag prijsgeeft Je zult vele uren verspillen aan facebook
  • ongewenste vriendenverzoeken van onbekende mensen ten allen tijde snuisteren in je leven. Je foto's misbruikt verkeerde vrienden die je vertrouwen misbruiken ongewenste nieuwsberichten over elke activiteit je vrienden posten Je vrienden zien elke activiteit die je op facebook uitspookt Je krijgt massa's ongewenste advertenties Je zal gedramatiseer krijgen van onbeduidende dingen in andermans leven Iedere 'vriend' en vriend van vriend krijgt al je iinformatie en foto's te zien als je je privacy niet instelt Je vrinden kunnen je taggen in foto's die je liever niet deelt. Applicaties zullen details willen ontfrustelen die je niet graag prijsgeeft Je zult vele uren verspillen aan facebook
  • ongewenste vriendenverzoeken van onbekende mensen ten allen tijde snuisteren in je leven. Je foto's misbruikt verkeerde vrienden die je vertrouwen misbruiken ongewenste nieuwsberichten over elke activiteit je vrienden posten Je vrienden zien elke activiteit die je op facebook uitspookt Je krijgt massa's ongewenste advertenties Je zal gedramatiseer krijgen van onbeduidende dingen in andermans leven Iedere 'vriend' en vriend van vriend krijgt al je iinformatie en foto's te zien als je je privacy niet instelt Je vrinden kunnen je taggen in foto's die je liever niet deelt. Applicaties zullen details willen ontfrustelen die je niet graag prijsgeeft Je zult vele uren verspillen aan facebook
  • ongewenste vriendenverzoeken van onbekende mensen ten allen tijde snuisteren in je leven. Je foto's misbruikt verkeerde vrienden die je vertrouwen misbruiken ongewenste nieuwsberichten over elke activiteit je vrienden posten Je vrienden zien elke activiteit die je op facebook uitspookt Je krijgt massa's ongewenste advertenties Je zal gedramatiseer krijgen van onbeduidende dingen in andermans leven Iedere 'vriend' en vriend van vriend krijgt al je iinformatie en foto's te zien als je je privacy niet instelt Je vrinden kunnen je taggen in foto's die je liever niet deelt. Applicaties zullen details willen ontfrustelen die je niet graag prijsgeeft Je zult vele uren verspillen aan facebook
  • ongewenste vriendenverzoeken van onbekende mensen ten allen tijde snuisteren in je leven. Je foto's misbruikt verkeerde vrienden die je vertrouwen misbruiken ongewenste nieuwsberichten over elke activiteit je vrienden posten Je vrienden zien elke activiteit die je op facebook uitspookt Je krijgt massa's ongewenste advertenties Je zal gedramatiseer krijgen van onbeduidende dingen in andermans leven Iedere 'vriend' en vriend van vriend krijgt al je iinformatie en foto's te zien als je je privacy niet instelt Je vrinden kunnen je taggen in foto's die je liever niet deelt. Applicaties zullen details willen ontfrustelen die je niet graag prijsgeeft Je zult vele uren verspillen aan facebook
  • ongewenste vriendenverzoeken van onbekende mensen ten allen tijde snuisteren in je leven. Je foto's misbruikt verkeerde vrienden die je vertrouwen misbruiken ongewenste nieuwsberichten over elke activiteit je vrienden posten Je vrienden zien elke activiteit die je op facebook uitspookt Je krijgt massa's ongewenste advertenties Je zal gedramatiseer krijgen van onbeduidende dingen in andermans leven Iedere 'vriend' en vriend van vriend krijgt al je iinformatie en foto's te zien als je je privacy niet instelt Je vrinden kunnen je taggen in foto's die je liever niet deelt. Applicaties zullen details willen ontfrustelen die je niet graag prijsgeeft Je zult vele uren verspillen aan facebook
  • ongewenste vriendenverzoeken van onbekende mensen ten allen tijde snuisteren in je leven. Je foto's misbruikt verkeerde vrienden die je vertrouwen misbruiken ongewenste nieuwsberichten over elke activiteit je vrienden posten Je vrienden zien elke activiteit die je op facebook uitspookt Je krijgt massa's ongewenste advertenties Je zal gedramatiseer krijgen van onbeduidende dingen in andermans leven Iedere 'vriend' en vriend van vriend krijgt al je iinformatie en foto's te zien als je je privacy niet instelt Je vrinden kunnen je taggen in foto's die je liever niet deelt. Applicaties zullen details willen ontfrustelen die je niet graag prijsgeeft Je zult vele uren verspillen aan facebook
  • ongewenste vriendenverzoeken van onbekende mensen ten allen tijde snuisteren in je leven. Je foto's misbruikt verkeerde vrienden die je vertrouwen misbruiken ongewenste nieuwsberichten over elke activiteit je vrienden posten Je vrienden zien elke activiteit die je op facebook uitspookt Je krijgt massa's ongewenste advertenties Je zal gedramatiseer krijgen van onbeduidende dingen in andermans leven Iedere 'vriend' en vriend van vriend krijgt al je iinformatie en foto's te zien als je je privacy niet instelt Je vrinden kunnen je taggen in foto's die je liever niet deelt. Applicaties zullen details willen ontfrustelen die je niet graag prijsgeeft Je zult vele uren verspillen aan facebook
  • ongewenste vriendenverzoeken van onbekende mensen ten allen tijde snuisteren in je leven. Je foto's misbruikt verkeerde vrienden die je vertrouwen misbruiken ongewenste nieuwsberichten over elke activiteit je vrienden posten Je vrienden zien elke activiteit die je op facebook uitspookt Je krijgt massa's ongewenste advertenties Je zal gedramatiseer krijgen van onbeduidende dingen in andermans leven Iedere 'vriend' en vriend van vriend krijgt al je iinformatie en foto's te zien als je je privacy niet instelt Je vrinden kunnen je taggen in foto's die je liever niet deelt. Applicaties zullen details willen ontfrustelen die je niet graag prijsgeeft Je zult vele uren verspillen aan facebook
  • ongewenste vriendenverzoeken van onbekende mensen ten allen tijde snuisteren in je leven. Je foto's misbruikt verkeerde vrienden die je vertrouwen misbruiken ongewenste nieuwsberichten over elke activiteit je vrienden posten Je vrienden zien elke activiteit die je op facebook uitspookt Je krijgt massa's ongewenste advertenties Je zal gedramatiseer krijgen van onbeduidende dingen in andermans leven Iedere 'vriend' en vriend van vriend krijgt al je iinformatie en foto's te zien als je je privacy niet instelt Je vrinden kunnen je taggen in foto's die je liever niet deelt. Applicaties zullen details willen ontfrustelen die je niet graag prijsgeeft Je zult vele uren verspillen aan facebook
  • Do use your real name. The idea behind these sites is for friends to stay in touch and reconnect. If you use a fake name people you knew in elementary school, from summer vacations, from real-life social groups you have left and friends who moved away, will not be able to find you. Do use a real picture of you in your profile. For the same reasons you should use your real name, a real picture of you is a must. People can’t tell if you’re you from your name alone. That being said, keep the picture you post modest, provocative pictures send the wrong message. Do look at the pictures of people who send you friend requests. Even if you don’t recognize them from the photo currently on display you may recognize the person from a different picture. Do create your photo albums with privacy settings so only your friends can see them. You can change the settings in the future if you want but it is always best to limit who can see the more intimate moments of your life. Do tag the pictures you post so that friends know when you have put their picture online. It is just common courtesy to let people know when you have put their likeness on the internet. Do be tolerant when you get friend requests from strangers, especially if your photo is not of you. You may not be the only person on the planet with your name. Just hit reject and don’t worry about it. People are not notified when you reject their friend request. Do use the Facebook privacy settings to limit who can see your full profile. Set it so that only friends can see things like your pictures, your wall, and your personal and contact information. Do create a private group for you and your close friends. Make the group administrated and by invite only and only allow friends to join if you know them in real life. Do limit the type of email notifications that come to you from Facebook. If you don’t you could find your email bombarded by Facebook messages. Do report any threats of violence or other inappropriate posts or images to Facebook and to the proper real world authorities like school officials, parents and police.
  • Do use your real name. The idea behind these sites is for friends to stay in touch and reconnect. If you use a fake name people you knew in elementary school, from summer vacations, from real-life social groups you have left and friends who moved away, will not be able to find you. Do use a real picture of you in your profile. For the same reasons you should use your real name, a real picture of you is a must. People can’t tell if you’re you from your name alone. That being said, keep the picture you post modest, provocative pictures send the wrong message. Do look at the pictures of people who send you friend requests. Even if you don’t recognize them from the photo currently on display you may recognize the person from a different picture. Do create your photo albums with privacy settings so only your friends can see them. You can change the settings in the future if you want but it is always best to limit who can see the more intimate moments of your life. Do tag the pictures you post so that friends know when you have put their picture online. It is just common courtesy to let people know when you have put their likeness on the internet. Do be tolerant when you get friend requests from strangers, especially if your photo is not of you. You may not be the only person on the planet with your name. Just hit reject and don’t worry about it. People are not notified when you reject their friend request. Do use the Facebook privacy settings to limit who can see your full profile. Set it so that only friends can see things like your pictures, your wall, and your personal and contact information. Do create a private group for you and your close friends. Make the group administrated and by invite only and only allow friends to join if you know them in real life. Do limit the type of email notifications that come to you from Facebook. If you don’t you could find your email bombarded by Facebook messages. Do report any threats of violence or other inappropriate posts or images to Facebook and to the proper real world authorities like school officials, parents and police.
  • Do use your real name. The idea behind these sites is for friends to stay in touch and reconnect. If you use a fake name people you knew in elementary school, from summer vacations, from real-life social groups you have left and friends who moved away, will not be able to find you. Do use a real picture of you in your profile. For the same reasons you should use your real name, a real picture of you is a must. People can’t tell if you’re you from your name alone. That being said, keep the picture you post modest, provocative pictures send the wrong message. Do look at the pictures of people who send you friend requests. Even if you don’t recognize them from the photo currently on display you may recognize the person from a different picture. Do create your photo albums with privacy settings so only your friends can see them. You can change the settings in the future if you want but it is always best to limit who can see the more intimate moments of your life. Do tag the pictures you post so that friends know when you have put their picture online. It is just common courtesy to let people know when you have put their likeness on the internet. Do be tolerant when you get friend requests from strangers, especially if your photo is not of you. You may not be the only person on the planet with your name. Just hit reject and don’t worry about it. People are not notified when you reject their friend request. Do use the Facebook privacy settings to limit who can see your full profile. Set it so that only friends can see things like your pictures, your wall, and your personal and contact information. Do create a private group for you and your close friends. Make the group administrated and by invite only and only allow friends to join if you know them in real life. Do limit the type of email notifications that come to you from Facebook. If you don’t you could find your email bombarded by Facebook messages. Do report any threats of violence or other inappropriate posts or images to Facebook and to the proper real world authorities like school officials, parents and police.
  • Do use your real name. The idea behind these sites is for friends to stay in touch and reconnect. If you use a fake name people you knew in elementary school, from summer vacations, from real-life social groups you have left and friends who moved away, will not be able to find you. Do use a real picture of you in your profile. For the same reasons you should use your real name, a real picture of you is a must. People can’t tell if you’re you from your name alone. That being said, keep the picture you post modest, provocative pictures send the wrong message. Do look at the pictures of people who send you friend requests. Even if you don’t recognize them from the photo currently on display you may recognize the person from a different picture. Do create your photo albums with privacy settings so only your friends can see them. You can change the settings in the future if you want but it is always best to limit who can see the more intimate moments of your life. Do tag the pictures you post so that friends know when you have put their picture online. It is just common courtesy to let people know when you have put their likeness on the internet. Do be tolerant when you get friend requests from strangers, especially if your photo is not of you. You may not be the only person on the planet with your name. Just hit reject and don’t worry about it. People are not notified when you reject their friend request. Do use the Facebook privacy settings to limit who can see your full profile. Set it so that only friends can see things like your pictures, your wall, and your personal and contact information. Do create a private group for you and your close friends. Make the group administrated and by invite only and only allow friends to join if you know them in real life. Do limit the type of email notifications that come to you from Facebook. If you don’t you could find your email bombarded by Facebook messages. Do report any threats of violence or other inappropriate posts or images to Facebook and to the proper real world authorities like school officials, parents and police.
  • Do use your real name. The idea behind these sites is for friends to stay in touch and reconnect. If you use a fake name people you knew in elementary school, from summer vacations, from real-life social groups you have left and friends who moved away, will not be able to find you. Do use a real picture of you in your profile. For the same reasons you should use your real name, a real picture of you is a must. People can’t tell if you’re you from your name alone. That being said, keep the picture you post modest, provocative pictures send the wrong message. Do look at the pictures of people who send you friend requests. Even if you don’t recognize them from the photo currently on display you may recognize the person from a different picture. Do create your photo albums with privacy settings so only your friends can see them. You can change the settings in the future if you want but it is always best to limit who can see the more intimate moments of your life. Do tag the pictures you post so that friends know when you have put their picture online. It is just common courtesy to let people know when you have put their likeness on the internet. Do be tolerant when you get friend requests from strangers, especially if your photo is not of you. You may not be the only person on the planet with your name. Just hit reject and don’t worry about it. People are not notified when you reject their friend request. Do use the Facebook privacy settings to limit who can see your full profile. Set it so that only friends can see things like your pictures, your wall, and your personal and contact information. Do create a private group for you and your close friends. Make the group administrated and by invite only and only allow friends to join if you know them in real life. Do limit the type of email notifications that come to you from Facebook. If you don’t you could find your email bombarded by Facebook messages. Do report any threats of violence or other inappropriate posts or images to Facebook and to the proper real world authorities like school officials, parents and police.
  • Do use your real name. The idea behind these sites is for friends to stay in touch and reconnect. If you use a fake name people you knew in elementary school, from summer vacations, from real-life social groups you have left and friends who moved away, will not be able to find you. Do use a real picture of you in your profile. For the same reasons you should use your real name, a real picture of you is a must. People can’t tell if you’re you from your name alone. That being said, keep the picture you post modest, provocative pictures send the wrong message. Do look at the pictures of people who send you friend requests. Even if you don’t recognize them from the photo currently on display you may recognize the person from a different picture. Do create your photo albums with privacy settings so only your friends can see them. You can change the settings in the future if you want but it is always best to limit who can see the more intimate moments of your life. Do tag the pictures you post so that friends know when you have put their picture online. It is just common courtesy to let people know when you have put their likeness on the internet. Do be tolerant when you get friend requests from strangers, especially if your photo is not of you. You may not be the only person on the planet with your name. Just hit reject and don’t worry about it. People are not notified when you reject their friend request. Do use the Facebook privacy settings to limit who can see your full profile. Set it so that only friends can see things like your pictures, your wall, and your personal and contact information. Do create a private group for you and your close friends. Make the group administrated and by invite only and only allow friends to join if you know them in real life. Do limit the type of email notifications that come to you from Facebook. If you don’t you could find your email bombarded by Facebook messages. Do report any threats of violence or other inappropriate posts or images to Facebook and to the proper real world authorities like school officials, parents and police.
  • Do use your real name. The idea behind these sites is for friends to stay in touch and reconnect. If you use a fake name people you knew in elementary school, from summer vacations, from real-life social groups you have left and friends who moved away, will not be able to find you. Do use a real picture of you in your profile. For the same reasons you should use your real name, a real picture of you is a must. People can’t tell if you’re you from your name alone. That being said, keep the picture you post modest, provocative pictures send the wrong message. Do look at the pictures of people who send you friend requests. Even if you don’t recognize them from the photo currently on display you may recognize the person from a different picture. Do create your photo albums with privacy settings so only your friends can see them. You can change the settings in the future if you want but it is always best to limit who can see the more intimate moments of your life. Do tag the pictures you post so that friends know when you have put their picture online. It is just common courtesy to let people know when you have put their likeness on the internet. Do be tolerant when you get friend requests from strangers, especially if your photo is not of you. You may not be the only person on the planet with your name. Just hit reject and don’t worry about it. People are not notified when you reject their friend request. Do use the Facebook privacy settings to limit who can see your full profile. Set it so that only friends can see things like your pictures, your wall, and your personal and contact information. Do create a private group for you and your close friends. Make the group administrated and by invite only and only allow friends to join if you know them in real life. Do limit the type of email notifications that come to you from Facebook. If you don’t you could find your email bombarded by Facebook messages. Do report any threats of violence or other inappropriate posts or images to Facebook and to the proper real world authorities like school officials, parents and police.
  • Do use your real name. The idea behind these sites is for friends to stay in touch and reconnect. If you use a fake name people you knew in elementary school, from summer vacations, from real-life social groups you have left and friends who moved away, will not be able to find you. Do use a real picture of you in your profile. For the same reasons you should use your real name, a real picture of you is a must. People can’t tell if you’re you from your name alone. That being said, keep the picture you post modest, provocative pictures send the wrong message. Do look at the pictures of people who send you friend requests. Even if you don’t recognize them from the photo currently on display you may recognize the person from a different picture. Do create your photo albums with privacy settings so only your friends can see them. You can change the settings in the future if you want but it is always best to limit who can see the more intimate moments of your life. Do tag the pictures you post so that friends know when you have put their picture online. It is just common courtesy to let people know when you have put their likeness on the internet. Do be tolerant when you get friend requests from strangers, especially if your photo is not of you. You may not be the only person on the planet with your name. Just hit reject and don’t worry about it. People are not notified when you reject their friend request. Do use the Facebook privacy settings to limit who can see your full profile. Set it so that only friends can see things like your pictures, your wall, and your personal and contact information. Do create a private group for you and your close friends. Make the group administrated and by invite only and only allow friends to join if you know them in real life. Do limit the type of email notifications that come to you from Facebook. If you don’t you could find your email bombarded by Facebook messages. Do report any threats of violence or other inappropriate posts or images to Facebook and to the proper real world authorities like school officials, parents and police.
  • Do use your real name. The idea behind these sites is for friends to stay in touch and reconnect. If you use a fake name people you knew in elementary school, from summer vacations, from real-life social groups you have left and friends who moved away, will not be able to find you. Do use a real picture of you in your profile. For the same reasons you should use your real name, a real picture of you is a must. People can’t tell if you’re you from your name alone. That being said, keep the picture you post modest, provocative pictures send the wrong message. Do look at the pictures of people who send you friend requests. Even if you don’t recognize them from the photo currently on display you may recognize the person from a different picture. Do create your photo albums with privacy settings so only your friends can see them. You can change the settings in the future if you want but it is always best to limit who can see the more intimate moments of your life. Do tag the pictures you post so that friends know when you have put their picture online. It is just common courtesy to let people know when you have put their likeness on the internet. Do be tolerant when you get friend requests from strangers, especially if your photo is not of you. You may not be the only person on the planet with your name. Just hit reject and don’t worry about it. People are not notified when you reject their friend request. Do use the Facebook privacy settings to limit who can see your full profile. Set it so that only friends can see things like your pictures, your wall, and your personal and contact information. Do create a private group for you and your close friends. Make the group administrated and by invite only and only allow friends to join if you know them in real life. Do limit the type of email notifications that come to you from Facebook. If you don’t you could find your email bombarded by Facebook messages. Do report any threats of violence or other inappropriate posts or images to Facebook and to the proper real world authorities like school officials, parents and police.
  • Do use your real name. The idea behind these sites is for friends to stay in touch and reconnect. If you use a fake name people you knew in elementary school, from summer vacations, from real-life social groups you have left and friends who moved away, will not be able to find you. Do use a real picture of you in your profile. For the same reasons you should use your real name, a real picture of you is a must. People can’t tell if you’re you from your name alone. That being said, keep the picture you post modest, provocative pictures send the wrong message. Do look at the pictures of people who send you friend requests. Even if you don’t recognize them from the photo currently on display you may recognize the person from a different picture. Do create your photo albums with privacy settings so only your friends can see them. You can change the settings in the future if you want but it is always best to limit who can see the more intimate moments of your life. Do tag the pictures you post so that friends know when you have put their picture online. It is just common courtesy to let people know when you have put their likeness on the internet. Do be tolerant when you get friend requests from strangers, especially if your photo is not of you. You may not be the only person on the planet with your name. Just hit reject and don’t worry about it. People are not notified when you reject their friend request. Do use the Facebook privacy settings to limit who can see your full profile. Set it so that only friends can see things like your pictures, your wall, and your personal and contact information. Do create a private group for you and your close friends. Make the group administrated and by invite only and only allow friends to join if you know them in real life. Do limit the type of email notifications that come to you from Facebook. If you don’t you could find your email bombarded by Facebook messages. Do report any threats of violence or other inappropriate posts or images to Facebook and to the proper real world authorities like school officials, parents and police.
  • Do use your real name. The idea behind these sites is for friends to stay in touch and reconnect. If you use a fake name people you knew in elementary school, from summer vacations, from real-life social groups you have left and friends who moved away, will not be able to find you. Do use a real picture of you in your profile. For the same reasons you should use your real name, a real picture of you is a must. People can’t tell if you’re you from your name alone. That being said, keep the picture you post modest, provocative pictures send the wrong message. Do look at the pictures of people who send you friend requests. Even if you don’t recognize them from the photo currently on display you may recognize the person from a different picture. Do create your photo albums with privacy settings so only your friends can see them. You can change the settings in the future if you want but it is always best to limit who can see the more intimate moments of your life. Do tag the pictures you post so that friends know when you have put their picture online. It is just common courtesy to let people know when you have put their likeness on the internet. Do be tolerant when you get friend requests from strangers, especially if your photo is not of you. You may not be the only person on the planet with your name. Just hit reject and don’t worry about it. People are not notified when you reject their friend request. Do use the Facebook privacy settings to limit who can see your full profile. Set it so that only friends can see things like your pictures, your wall, and your personal and contact information. Do create a private group for you and your close friends. Make the group administrated and by invite only and only allow friends to join if you know them in real life. Do limit the type of email notifications that come to you from Facebook. If you don’t you could find your email bombarded by Facebook messages. Do report any threats of violence or other inappropriate posts or images to Facebook and to the proper real world authorities like school officials, parents and police.
  • Don’t leave the default Facebook privacy settings as set. Go in and customize your privacy. Of particular importance, limit what people can see when you poke or message them before you have added them as a friend. The default setting allows people who are not friends yet and whom you poke or message to see your entire profile. Don’t be afraid to allow some people to only see a limited version of your profile. Limited profiles show things like your profile picture, your name, and your basic info but do not show things like your wall, your interests, your contact info and any images of you that are not used as in your profile.. Don’t ever announce on your wall, or on any public wall, where you plan to go or who you plan to go with. Cyber stalkers are a real threat and if you have one this tells them where to find you in real life. Don’t be afraid to join public groups about interests you share. Just be careful what you post on the walls of these groups. Don’t accept Facebook invites to events. If you plan to attend send your acceptance using a private message or tell the host when you see them in person. Don’t use Facebook to bully, harass, spread rumors, challenge fights or otherwise incite violence. Facebook is a social utility, not an anti-social utility.
  • Don’t leave the default Facebook privacy settings as set. Go in and customize your privacy. Of particular importance, limit what people can see when you poke or message them before you have added them as a friend. The default setting allows people who are not friends yet and whom you poke or message to see your entire profile. Don’t be afraid to allow some people to only see a limited version of your profile. Limited profiles show things like your profile picture, your name, and your basic info but do not show things like your wall, your interests, your contact info and any images of you that are not used as in your profile.. Don’t ever announce on your wall, or on any public wall, where you plan to go or who you plan to go with. Cyber stalkers are a real threat and if you have one this tells them where to find you in real life. Don’t be afraid to join public groups about interests you share. Just be careful what you post on the walls of these groups. Don’t accept Facebook invites to events. If you plan to attend send your acceptance using a private message or tell the host when you see them in person. Don’t use Facebook to bully, harass, spread rumors, challenge fights or otherwise incite violence. Facebook is a social utility, not an anti-social utility.
  • Don’t leave the default Facebook privacy settings as set. Go in and customize your privacy. Of particular importance, limit what people can see when you poke or message them before you have added them as a friend. The default setting allows people who are not friends yet and whom you poke or message to see your entire profile. Don’t be afraid to allow some people to only see a limited version of your profile. Limited profiles show things like your profile picture, your name, and your basic info but do not show things like your wall, your interests, your contact info and any images of you that are not used as in your profile.. Don’t ever announce on your wall, or on any public wall, where you plan to go or who you plan to go with. Cyber stalkers are a real threat and if you have one this tells them where to find you in real life. Don’t be afraid to join public groups about interests you share. Just be careful what you post on the walls of these groups. Don’t accept Facebook invites to events. If you plan to attend send your acceptance using a private message or tell the host when you see them in person. Don’t use Facebook to bully, harass, spread rumors, challenge fights or otherwise incite violence. Facebook is a social utility, not an anti-social utility.
  • Don’t leave the default Facebook privacy settings as set. Go in and customize your privacy. Of particular importance, limit what people can see when you poke or message them before you have added them as a friend. The default setting allows people who are not friends yet and whom you poke or message to see your entire profile. Don’t be afraid to allow some people to only see a limited version of your profile. Limited profiles show things like your profile picture, your name, and your basic info but do not show things like your wall, your interests, your contact info and any images of you that are not used as in your profile.. Don’t ever announce on your wall, or on any public wall, where you plan to go or who you plan to go with. Cyber stalkers are a real threat and if you have one this tells them where to find you in real life. Don’t be afraid to join public groups about interests you share. Just be careful what you post on the walls of these groups. Don’t accept Facebook invites to events. If you plan to attend send your acceptance using a private message or tell the host when you see them in person. Don’t use Facebook to bully, harass, spread rumors, challenge fights or otherwise incite violence. Facebook is a social utility, not an anti-social utility.
  • Don’t leave the default Facebook privacy settings as set. Go in and customize your privacy. Of particular importance, limit what people can see when you poke or message them before you have added them as a friend. The default setting allows people who are not friends yet and whom you poke or message to see your entire profile. Don’t be afraid to allow some people to only see a limited version of your profile. Limited profiles show things like your profile picture, your name, and your basic info but do not show things like your wall, your interests, your contact info and any images of you that are not used as in your profile.. Don’t ever announce on your wall, or on any public wall, where you plan to go or who you plan to go with. Cyber stalkers are a real threat and if you have one this tells them where to find you in real life. Don’t be afraid to join public groups about interests you share. Just be careful what you post on the walls of these groups. Don’t accept Facebook invites to events. If you plan to attend send your acceptance using a private message or tell the host when you see them in person. Don’t use Facebook to bully, harass, spread rumors, challenge fights or otherwise incite violence. Facebook is a social utility, not an anti-social utility.
  • Don’t leave the default Facebook privacy settings as set. Go in and customize your privacy. Of particular importance, limit what people can see when you poke or message them before you have added them as a friend. The default setting allows people who are not friends yet and whom you poke or message to see your entire profile. Don’t be afraid to allow some people to only see a limited version of your profile. Limited profiles show things like your profile picture, your name, and your basic info but do not show things like your wall, your interests, your contact info and any images of you that are not used as in your profile.. Don’t ever announce on your wall, or on any public wall, where you plan to go or who you plan to go with. Cyber stalkers are a real threat and if you have one this tells them where to find you in real life. Don’t be afraid to join public groups about interests you share. Just be careful what you post on the walls of these groups. Don’t accept Facebook invites to events. If you plan to attend send your acceptance using a private message or tell the host when you see them in person. Don’t use Facebook to bully, harass, spread rumors, challenge fights or otherwise incite violence. Facebook is a social utility, not an anti-social utility.
  • Don’t leave the default Facebook privacy settings as set. Go in and customize your privacy. Of particular importance, limit what people can see when you poke or message them before you have added them as a friend. The default setting allows people who are not friends yet and whom you poke or message to see your entire profile. Don’t be afraid to allow some people to only see a limited version of your profile. Limited profiles show things like your profile picture, your name, and your basic info but do not show things like your wall, your interests, your contact info and any images of you that are not used as in your profile.. Don’t ever announce on your wall, or on any public wall, where you plan to go or who you plan to go with. Cyber stalkers are a real threat and if you have one this tells them where to find you in real life. Don’t be afraid to join public groups about interests you share. Just be careful what you post on the walls of these groups. Don’t accept Facebook invites to events. If you plan to attend send your acceptance using a private message or tell the host when you see them in person. Don’t use Facebook to bully, harass, spread rumors, challenge fights or otherwise incite violence. Facebook is a social utility, not an anti-social utility.
  • You or Your Family's Full Birth Dates We all love getting “happy birthdays” from our friends on our Facebook wall. It makes us feel all warm inside knowing that people remembered and cared enough to write us a short note on our special day. The problem is when you list your birthday you are providing identity thieves with one of the 3 or 4 pieces of personal information that is needed to steal your identity. It’s best to not list the date at all, but if you must, at least leave out the year. Your real friends should know this info anyway. 2. Your Relationship Status Whether you are in a relationship or not, it may be best not to make it public knowledge. Stalkers would love to know that you just became newly single. If you change your status to "single" it gives them the green light they were looking for to resume stalking now that you're back on the market. It also lets them know that you might be home alone since your significant other is no longer around. Your best bet is to just leave this blank on your profile. 3. Your Current Location There are a lot of people who love the location tagging feature on Facebook that allows them to let people know where they are 24/7. The problem is that you have just told everyone that you're on vacation (and not at your house). If you add how long your trip is then thieves know exactly how much time they have to rob you. My advice is not to provide your location at all. You can always upload your vacation pictures when you get home or text your friends to let them know how jealous they should be that you're sipping an umbrella drink while they toil away at work. 4. The Fact That You Are Home Alone It is extremely important that parents make sure their children never put the fact that they are home alone in their status. Again, you wouldn’t walk into a room of strangers and tell them you are going to be all alone at your house so don’t do it on Facebook either. We may think that only our friends have access to our status, but we really have no idea who is reading it. Your friend may have had their account hacked or someone could be reading over their shoulder at the library. The best rule of thumb is not to put anything in your profile or status that you wouldn’t want a stranger to know. You may have the most stringent privacy settings possible, but if your friend’s account gets compromised than those settings go out the window. 5. Pictures of Your Kids Tagged With Their Names We love our kids. We would do anything to keep them safe, but most people post hundreds of tagged pictures and videos of their kids to Facebook without even giving it a second thought. We even go so far as to replace our profile pictures with that of our children. Probably 9 out of 10 parents posted their child’s full name, and exact date and time of birth while they were still in the hospital after delivery. We post pictures of our kids and tag them and their friends, siblings, and other relatives. This kind of information could be used by predators to lure your child. They could use your child’s name and the names of their relatives and friends to build trust and convince them that they are not really a stranger because they know detailed information that allows them to build a rapport with your child. If you must post pictures of your children then you should at least remove personally identifying information such as their full names and birth dates. Untag them in pictures. Your real friends know their names anyway. I would be a hypocrite if I said that I have completely removed all tagged pictures of my kids on facebook. It is a daunting task given the amount of pictures that we take as proud parents, but I have started on it and I'll do a little bit each day until it's finished. Lastly, think twice before you tag pictures of the children of friends and relatives. They might not want you tagging their kids for the reasons mentioned above. You can send them a link to the pictures and they can tag themselves in place of their children if they want to.
  • You or Your Family's Full Birth Dates We all love getting “happy birthdays” from our friends on our Facebook wall. It makes us feel all warm inside knowing that people remembered and cared enough to write us a short note on our special day. The problem is when you list your birthday you are providing identity thieves with one of the 3 or 4 pieces of personal information that is needed to steal your identity. It’s best to not list the date at all, but if you must, at least leave out the year. Your real friends should know this info anyway. 2. Your Relationship Status Whether you are in a relationship or not, it may be best not to make it public knowledge. Stalkers would love to know that you just became newly single. If you change your status to "single" it gives them the green light they were looking for to resume stalking now that you're back on the market. It also lets them know that you might be home alone since your significant other is no longer around. Your best bet is to just leave this blank on your profile. 3. Your Current Location There are a lot of people who love the location tagging feature on Facebook that allows them to let people know where they are 24/7. The problem is that you have just told everyone that you're on vacation (and not at your house). If you add how long your trip is then thieves know exactly how much time they have to rob you. My advice is not to provide your location at all. You can always upload your vacation pictures when you get home or text your friends to let them know how jealous they should be that you're sipping an umbrella drink while they toil away at work. 4. The Fact That You Are Home Alone It is extremely important that parents make sure their children never put the fact that they are home alone in their status. Again, you wouldn’t walk into a room of strangers and tell them you are going to be all alone at your house so don’t do it on Facebook either. We may think that only our friends have access to our status, but we really have no idea who is reading it. Your friend may have had their account hacked or someone could be reading over their shoulder at the library. The best rule of thumb is not to put anything in your profile or status that you wouldn’t want a stranger to know. You may have the most stringent privacy settings possible, but if your friend’s account gets compromised than those settings go out the window. 5. Pictures of Your Kids Tagged With Their Names We love our kids. We would do anything to keep them safe, but most people post hundreds of tagged pictures and videos of their kids to Facebook without even giving it a second thought. We even go so far as to replace our profile pictures with that of our children. Probably 9 out of 10 parents posted their child’s full name, and exact date and time of birth while they were still in the hospital after delivery. We post pictures of our kids and tag them and their friends, siblings, and other relatives. This kind of information could be used by predators to lure your child. They could use your child’s name and the names of their relatives and friends to build trust and convince them that they are not really a stranger because they know detailed information that allows them to build a rapport with your child. If you must post pictures of your children then you should at least remove personally identifying information such as their full names and birth dates. Untag them in pictures. Your real friends know their names anyway. I would be a hypocrite if I said that I have completely removed all tagged pictures of my kids on facebook. It is a daunting task given the amount of pictures that we take as proud parents, but I have started on it and I'll do a little bit each day until it's finished. Lastly, think twice before you tag pictures of the children of friends and relatives. They might not want you tagging their kids for the reasons mentioned above. You can send them a link to the pictures and they can tag themselves in place of their children if they want to.
  • You or Your Family's Full Birth Dates We all love getting “happy birthdays” from our friends on our Facebook wall. It makes us feel all warm inside knowing that people remembered and cared enough to write us a short note on our special day. The problem is when you list your birthday you are providing identity thieves with one of the 3 or 4 pieces of personal information that is needed to steal your identity. It’s best to not list the date at all, but if you must, at least leave out the year. Your real friends should know this info anyway. 2. Your Relationship Status Whether you are in a relationship or not, it may be best not to make it public knowledge. Stalkers would love to know that you just became newly single. If you change your status to "single" it gives them the green light they were looking for to resume stalking now that you're back on the market. It also lets them know that you might be home alone since your significant other is no longer around. Your best bet is to just leave this blank on your profile. 3. Your Current Location There are a lot of people who love the location tagging feature on Facebook that allows them to let people know where they are 24/7. The problem is that you have just told everyone that you're on vacation (and not at your house). If you add how long your trip is then thieves know exactly how much time they have to rob you. My advice is not to provide your location at all. You can always upload your vacation pictures when you get home or text your friends to let them know how jealous they should be that you're sipping an umbrella drink while they toil away at work. 4. The Fact That You Are Home Alone It is extremely important that parents make sure their children never put the fact that they are home alone in their status. Again, you wouldn’t walk into a room of strangers and tell them you are going to be all alone at your house so don’t do it on Facebook either. We may think that only our friends have access to our status, but we really have no idea who is reading it. Your friend may have had their account hacked or someone could be reading over their shoulder at the library. The best rule of thumb is not to put anything in your profile or status that you wouldn’t want a stranger to know. You may have the most stringent privacy settings possible, but if your friend’s account gets compromised than those settings go out the window. 5. Pictures of Your Kids Tagged With Their Names We love our kids. We would do anything to keep them safe, but most people post hundreds of tagged pictures and videos of their kids to Facebook without even giving it a second thought. We even go so far as to replace our profile pictures with that of our children. Probably 9 out of 10 parents posted their child’s full name, and exact date and time of birth while they were still in the hospital after delivery. We post pictures of our kids and tag them and their friends, siblings, and other relatives. This kind of information could be used by predators to lure your child. They could use your child’s name and the names of their relatives and friends to build trust and convince them that they are not really a stranger because they know detailed information that allows them to build a rapport with your child. If you must post pictures of your children then you should at least remove personally identifying information such as their full names and birth dates. Untag them in pictures. Your real friends know their names anyway. I would be a hypocrite if I said that I have completely removed all tagged pictures of my kids on facebook. It is a daunting task given the amount of pictures that we take as proud parents, but I have started on it and I'll do a little bit each day until it's finished. Lastly, think twice before you tag pictures of the children of friends and relatives. They might not want you tagging their kids for the reasons mentioned above. You can send them a link to the pictures and they can tag themselves in place of their children if they want to.
  • You or Your Family's Full Birth Dates We all love getting “happy birthdays” from our friends on our Facebook wall. It makes us feel all warm inside knowing that people remembered and cared enough to write us a short note on our special day. The problem is when you list your birthday you are providing identity thieves with one of the 3 or 4 pieces of personal information that is needed to steal your identity. It’s best to not list the date at all, but if you must, at least leave out the year. Your real friends should know this info anyway. 2. Your Relationship Status Whether you are in a relationship or not, it may be best not to make it public knowledge. Stalkers would love to know that you just became newly single. If you change your status to "single" it gives them the green light they were looking for to resume stalking now that you're back on the market. It also lets them know that you might be home alone since your significant other is no longer around. Your best bet is to just leave this blank on your profile. 3. Your Current Location There are a lot of people who love the location tagging feature on Facebook that allows them to let people know where they are 24/7. The problem is that you have just told everyone that you're on vacation (and not at your house). If you add how long your trip is then thieves know exactly how much time they have to rob you. My advice is not to provide your location at all. You can always upload your vacation pictures when you get home or text your friends to let them know how jealous they should be that you're sipping an umbrella drink while they toil away at work. 4. The Fact That You Are Home Alone It is extremely important that parents make sure their children never put the fact that they are home alone in their status. Again, you wouldn’t walk into a room of strangers and tell them you are going to be all alone at your house so don’t do it on Facebook either. We may think that only our friends have access to our status, but we really have no idea who is reading it. Your friend may have had their account hacked or someone could be reading over their shoulder at the library. The best rule of thumb is not to put anything in your profile or status that you wouldn’t want a stranger to know. You may have the most stringent privacy settings possible, but if your friend’s account gets compromised than those settings go out the window. 5. Pictures of Your Kids Tagged With Their Names We love our kids. We would do anything to keep them safe, but most people post hundreds of tagged pictures and videos of their kids to Facebook without even giving it a second thought. We even go so far as to replace our profile pictures with that of our children. Probably 9 out of 10 parents posted their child’s full name, and exact date and time of birth while they were still in the hospital after delivery. We post pictures of our kids and tag them and their friends, siblings, and other relatives. This kind of information could be used by predators to lure your child. They could use your child’s name and the names of their relatives and friends to build trust and convince them that they are not really a stranger because they know detailed information that allows them to build a rapport with your child. If you must post pictures of your children then you should at least remove personally identifying information such as their full names and birth dates. Untag them in pictures. Your real friends know their names anyway. I would be a hypocrite if I said that I have completely removed all tagged pictures of my kids on facebook. It is a daunting task given the amount of pictures that we take as proud parents, but I have started on it and I'll do a little bit each day until it's finished. Lastly, think twice before you tag pictures of the children of friends and relatives. They might not want you tagging their kids for the reasons mentioned above. You can send them a link to the pictures and they can tag themselves in place of their children if they want to.
  • You or Your Family's Full Birth Dates We all love getting “happy birthdays” from our friends on our Facebook wall. It makes us feel all warm inside knowing that people remembered and cared enough to write us a short note on our special day. The problem is when you list your birthday you are providing identity thieves with one of the 3 or 4 pieces of personal information that is needed to steal your identity. It’s best to not list the date at all, but if you must, at least leave out the year. Your real friends should know this info anyway. 2. Your Relationship Status Whether you are in a relationship or not, it may be best not to make it public knowledge. Stalkers would love to know that you just became newly single. If you change your status to "single" it gives them the green light they were looking for to resume stalking now that you're back on the market. It also lets them know that you might be home alone since your significant other is no longer around. Your best bet is to just leave this blank on your profile. 3. Your Current Location There are a lot of people who love the location tagging feature on Facebook that allows them to let people know where they are 24/7. The problem is that you have just told everyone that you're on vacation (and not at your house). If you add how long your trip is then thieves know exactly how much time they have to rob you. My advice is not to provide your location at all. You can always upload your vacation pictures when you get home or text your friends to let them know how jealous they should be that you're sipping an umbrella drink while they toil away at work. 4. The Fact That You Are Home Alone It is extremely important that parents make sure their children never put the fact that they are home alone in their status. Again, you wouldn’t walk into a room of strangers and tell them you are going to be all alone at your house so don’t do it on Facebook either. We may think that only our friends have access to our status, but we really have no idea who is reading it. Your friend may have had their account hacked or someone could be reading over their shoulder at the library. The best rule of thumb is not to put anything in your profile or status that you wouldn’t want a stranger to know. You may have the most stringent privacy settings possible, but if your friend’s account gets compromised than those settings go out the window. 5. Pictures of Your Kids Tagged With Their Names We love our kids. We would do anything to keep them safe, but most people post hundreds of tagged pictures and videos of their kids to Facebook without even giving it a second thought. We even go so far as to replace our profile pictures with that of our children. Probably 9 out of 10 parents posted their child’s full name, and exact date and time of birth while they were still in the hospital after delivery. We post pictures of our kids and tag them and their friends, siblings, and other relatives. This kind of information could be used by predators to lure your child. They could use your child’s name and the names of their relatives and friends to build trust and convince them that they are not really a stranger because they know detailed information that allows them to build a rapport with your child. If you must post pictures of your children then you should at least remove personally identifying information such as their full names and birth dates. Untag them in pictures. Your real friends know their names anyway. I would be a hypocrite if I said that I have completely removed all tagged pictures of my kids on facebook. It is a daunting task given the amount of pictures that we take as proud parents, but I have started on it and I'll do a little bit each day until it's finished. Lastly, think twice before you tag pictures of the children of friends and relatives. They might not want you tagging their kids for the reasons mentioned above. You can send them a link to the pictures and they can tag themselves in place of their children if they want to.
  • You or Your Family's Full Birth Dates We all love getting “happy birthdays” from our friends on our Facebook wall. It makes us feel all warm inside knowing that people remembered and cared enough to write us a short note on our special day. The problem is when you list your birthday you are providing identity thieves with one of the 3 or 4 pieces of personal information that is needed to steal your identity. It’s best to not list the date at all, but if you must, at least leave out the year. Your real friends should know this info anyway. 2. Your Relationship Status Whether you are in a relationship or not, it may be best not to make it public knowledge. Stalkers would love to know that you just became newly single. If you change your status to "single" it gives them the green light they were looking for to resume stalking now that you're back on the market. It also lets them know that you might be home alone since your significant other is no longer around. Your best bet is to just leave this blank on your profile. 3. Your Current Location There are a lot of people who love the location tagging feature on Facebook that allows them to let people know where they are 24/7. The problem is that you have just told everyone that you're on vacation (and not at your house). If you add how long your trip is then thieves know exactly how much time they have to rob you. My advice is not to provide your location at all. You can always upload your vacation pictures when you get home or text your friends to let them know how jealous they should be that you're sipping an umbrella drink while they toil away at work. 4. The Fact That You Are Home Alone It is extremely important that parents make sure their children never put the fact that they are home alone in their status. Again, you wouldn’t walk into a room of strangers and tell them you are going to be all alone at your house so don’t do it on Facebook either. We may think that only our friends have access to our status, but we really have no idea who is reading it. Your friend may have had their account hacked or someone could be reading over their shoulder at the library. The best rule of thumb is not to put anything in your profile or status that you wouldn’t want a stranger to know. You may have the most stringent privacy settings possible, but if your friend’s account gets compromised than those settings go out the window. 5. Pictures of Your Kids Tagged With Their Names We love our kids. We would do anything to keep them safe, but most people post hundreds of tagged pictures and videos of their kids to Facebook without even giving it a second thought. We even go so far as to replace our profile pictures with that of our children. Probably 9 out of 10 parents posted their child’s full name, and exact date and time of birth while they were still in the hospital after delivery. We post pictures of our kids and tag them and their friends, siblings, and other relatives. This kind of information could be used by predators to lure your child. They could use your child’s name and the names of their relatives and friends to build trust and convince them that they are not really a stranger because they know detailed information that allows them to build a rapport with your child. If you must post pictures of your children then you should at least remove personally identifying information such as their full names and birth dates. Untag them in pictures. Your real friends know their names anyway. I would be a hypocrite if I said that I have completely removed all tagged pictures of my kids on facebook. It is a daunting task given the amount of pictures that we take as proud parents, but I have started on it and I'll do a little bit each day until it's finished. Lastly, think twice before you tag pictures of the children of friends and relatives. They might not want you tagging their kids for the reasons mentioned above. You can send them a link to the pictures and they can tag themselves in place of their children if they want to.

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  • 1. Boek met vele gezichten
  • 2. 1. Wat is het
  • 3. 1. Wat is het 2. Pros
  • 4. 1. Wat is het 2. Pros 3.Contras
  • 5. 1. Wat is het 2. Pros 3.Contras 4. Dos
  • 6. 1. Wat is het 2. Pros5. Donts 3.Contras 4. Dos
  • 7. Wat is
  • 8. Wat is Een boek met vele gezichten
  • 9. Wat is Een boek met vele gezichtenDoor mensen de kans tegeven dingen te delen,maken we de wereld meertransparant.Mark Zuckerberg
  • 10. Wat is Een boek met vele gezichtenDoor mensen de kans tegeven dingen te delen, De vraag is niet,maken we de wereld meer "Wat willen we wetentransparant. over mensen?".Mark Zuckerberg Het is "Wat mensen willen vertellen over zichzelf?
  • 11. Wat is Een boek met vele gezichtenDoor mensen de kans tegeven dingen te delen, De vraag is niet,maken we de wereld meer "Wat willen we wetentransparant. over mensen?".Mark Zuckerberg Het is "Wat mensen willen vertellen over zichzelf? Facebook gaat echt over communicatie en verhalen vertellen. Wij denken dat mensen echt kunnen helpen bij het verspreiden van het belang van orgaandonor te zijn en dat mensen daarin willen participeren naar hun vrienden toe. Dat kan een grote rol spelen in het oplossen van de crisis van vandaag.
  • 12. Wat is Een boek met vele gezichtenDoor mensen de kans tegeven dingen te delen, De vraag is niet,maken we de wereld meer "Wat willen we wetentransparant. over mensen?".Mark Zuckerberg Het is "Wat mensen willen vertellen over zichzelf?Facebook gaat echt over communicatie enverhalen vertellen. Wij denken dat mensen Facebook werd oorspronkelijk nietecht kunnen helpen bij het verspreiden van het gemaakt als een bedrijf. Het werdbelang van bvb orgaandonor te zijn en dat geboren vanuit een sociale missiemensen daarin willen participeren naar hun die de wereld meer open envrienden toe. Dat kan een grote rol spelen in verbonden wil maken.het oplossen van de crisis van vandaag.
  • 13. Wat is
  • 14. Wat is Hoe ver rijkt Facebook ? Vriend Vriend Vriend Vriend VriendVriend Jij Vriend Vriend Vriend Vriend Vriend
  • 15. Wat is Hoe ver reikt Facebook ? Vriend Vriend Vriend Vriend Vriend Vriend Vriend Vriend Vriend Vriend Vriend Vriend Vriend Vriend Vriend Vriend Vriend Vriend Vriend Vriend Vriend Vriend Vriend Vriend Vriend Vriend Vriend Vriend Vriend Vriend Vriend Vriend Vriend VriendVriend Vriend Vriend Vriend Vriend Vriend Vriend Vriend Vriend Vriend Vriend Vriend Vriend Vriend Vriend Vriend Vriend Vriend Jij Vriend Vriend Vriend Vriend VriendVriend Vriend Vriend Vriend Vriend Vriend Vriend Vriend Vriend Vriend Vriend Vriend Vriend Vriend Vriend Vriend Vriend Vriend Vriend Vriend Vriend Vriend Vriend Vriend Vriend Vriend Vriend Vriend Vriend Vriend Vriend Vriend Vriend Vriend Vriend Vriend Vriend VriendVriend Vriend Vriend Vriend Vriend Vriend Vriend Vriend Vriend Vriend Vriend Vriend Vriend VriendVriend Vriend Vriend Vriend Vriend Vriend Vriend Vriend Vriend Vriend Vriend Vriend
  • 16. Wat isHoe ver rijkt Facebook ?Gemiddeld heeft elke facebooker 300 vriendenHet gemiddelde bereik van elk account is dusgemiddeld
  • 17. Wat isHoe ver rijkt Facebook ?Gemiddeld heeft elke facebooker 300 vriendenHet gemiddelde bereik van elk account is dusgemiddeld90 000 “vrienden”
  • 18. Wat isHoe ver rijkt Facebook ?Maar er is meer :Het liken is nietwat het laikt !
  • 19. Wat is Hoe ver rijkt Facebook ?Like it! op andere websites Jij
  • 20. Wat is Hoe ver rijkt Facebook ?Like it! op andere websites 300 Vrienden 300 Van vrienden vrienden Jij
  • 21. Wat is Hoe ver rijkt Facebook ?Like it! op andere websites 300 Vrienden 300 Van vrienden vrienden Jij
  • 22. Wat is Hoe ver rijkt Facebook ?Like it! op andere websites 300 Vrienden 300 Van vrienden vrienden Jij 300 Vrienden Van vrienden
  • 23. Wat is Hoe ver rijkt Facebook ?Like it! op andere websites 300 Vrienden 300 Van vrienden vrienden Jij300VriendenVan vrienden 300Van deze VriendenVrienden VanZien uw like vrienden
  • 24. Wat is Hoe ver rijkt Facebook ?Like it! op andere websitesHoeveel keerwordt uw naamverspreid ?
  • 25. Wat is Hoe ver rijkt Facebook ?Like it! op andere websites27.OOO.OOO “vrienden”
  • 26. Wat is
  • 27. Wat is
  • 28. Wat is Feiten1. 750 miljoen fotos geuploaded tijdens het Nieuwjaars WE
  • 29. Wat is Feiten1. 750 miljoen fotos geuploaded tijdens het Nieuwjaars WE2. 48% van de jongeren tot 35 jaar leest het nieuw enkel op Facebook
  • 30. Wat is Feiten1. 750 miljoen fotos geuploaded tijdens het Nieuwjaars WE2. 48% van de jongeren tot 35 jaar leest het nieuw enkel op Facebook3. 48% van de 18 to 34 jaringen opent zijn Facebook zodra ze uit bed stappen
  • 31. Wat is Feiten1. 750 miljoen fotos geuploaded tijdens het Nieuwjaars WE2. 48% van de jongeren tot 35 jaar leest het nieuw enkel op Facebook3. 48% van de 18 to 34 jaringen opent zijn Facebook zodra ze uit bed stappen4. Gemiddeld heeft iedereen 130 vrienden op facebook.
  • 32. Wat is Feiten1. 750 miljoen fotos geuploaded tijdens het Nieuwjaars WE2. 48% van de jongeren tot 35 jaar leest het nieuw enkel op Facebook3. 48% van de 18 to 34 jaringen opent zijn Facebook zodra ze uit bed stappen4. Gemiddeld heeft iedereen 130 vrienden op facebook.5. Op facebook wordt meer dan 700 biljoen minuten gespendeerd
  • 33. Wat is Feiten1. 750 miljoen fotos geuploaded tijdens het Nieuwjaars WE2. 48% van de jongeren tot 35 jaar leest het nieuw enkel op Facebook3. 48% van de 18 to 34 jaringen opent zijn Facebook zodra ze uit bed stappen4. Gemiddeld heeft iedereen 130 vrienden op facebook.5. Op facebook wordt meer dan 700 biljoen minuten gespendeerd6. Ongeveer 70% van de Facebook gebruikers is niet- Amerikaan
  • 34. Wat is Elke 20 minuten worden....➔ 1,000,000 links gedeeld
  • 35. Wat is Elke 20 minuten worden....➔ 1,000,000 links gedeeld➔ 1,484,000 event uitnodigingen
  • 36. Wat is Elke 20 minuten worden....➔ 1,000,000 links gedeeld➔ 1,484,000 event uitnodigingen➔ 1,323,000 fotos getagged
  • 37. Wat is Elke 20 minuten worden....➔ 1,000,000 links gedeeld➔ 1,484,000 event uitnodigingen➔ 1,323,000 fotos getagged➔ 1,851,000 status updates
  • 38. Wat is Elke 20 minuten worden....➔ 1,000,000 links gedeeld➔ 1,484,000 event uitnodigingen➔ 1,323,000 fotos getagged➔ 1,851,000 status updates➔ 2 miljard friend requests aanvaard
  • 39. Wat is Elke 20 minuten worden....➔ 1,000,000 links gedeeld➔ 1,484,000 event uitnodigingen➔ 1,323,000 fotos getagged➔ 1,851,000 status updates➔ 2 miljard friend requests aanvaard➔ 2,716,000 fotos geupload
  • 40. Wat is Elke 20 minuten worden....➔ 1,000,000 links gedeeld➔ 1,484,000 event uitnodigingen➔ 1,323,000 fotos getagged➔ 1,851,000 status updates➔ 2 miljard friend requests aanvaard➔ 2,716,000 fotos geupload➔ 2,716,000 boodschappen gezonden➔ 10.2 miljoen comments gepost
  • 41. Wat is Elke 20 minuten worden....➔ 1,000,000 links gedeeld➔ 1,484,000 event uitnodigingen➔ 1,323,000 fotos getagged➔ 1,851,000 status updates➔ 2 miljard friend requests aanvaard➔ 2,716,000 fotos geupload➔ 2,716,000 boodschappen gezonden➔ 10.2 miljoen comments gepost➔ 1,587,000 wall posts geschreven
  • 42. Wat is3 niveaus 1. Privé omgeving 2. Profiel 3. Pagina
  • 43. Wat is Lets talk facebook/ de taal van FacebookPrivéomgeving
  • 44. Wat is Lets talk facebook/ de taal van FacebookAdmin-Pagina
  • 45. Wat is Lets talk facebook/ de taal van FacebookProfiel /PaginaWALL
  • 46. Wat is Lets talk facebook/ de taal van FacebookProfiel /Pagina
  • 47. Wat is Lets talk facebook/ de taal van FacebookProfiel /profielfoto
  • 48. Wat is Lets talk facebook/ de taal van FacebookTijdslijn
  • 49. Wat is Lets talk facebook/ de taal van Facebookaccount
  • 50. Wat is Lets talk facebook/ de taal van Facebookberichten
  • 51. Wat is Lets talk facebook/ de taal van Facebookmeldingen
  • 52. Wat is Lets talk facebook/ de taal van FacebookNieuwsoverzicht
  • 53. Wat is Lets talk facebook/ de taal van Facebookliken /vindikleuken
  • 54. Wat is Lets talk facebook/ de taal van Facebookliken /vindikleuken
  • 55. Wat is Lets talk facebook/ de taal van Facebookliken /vindikleuken
  • 56. Wat is Lets talk facebook/ de taal van Facebookliken /vindikleuken
  • 57. Wat is Lets talk facebook/ de taal van Facebookevenement
  • 58. Wat is Lets talk facebook/ de taal van Facebookvriend
  • 59. Wat is Lets talk facebook/ de taal van Facebookfriendrequest /vriendschapsverzoeken
  • 60. app
  • 61. Wat is Lets talk facebook/ de taal van FacebookGroepen
  • 62. Wat is Lets talk facebook/ de taal van FacebookGroepen
  • 63. Wat isLets talk facebook/ de taal van Facebook chat
  • 64. Wat is Lets talk facebook/ de taal van Facebooktaggen
  • 65. Pros
  • 66. ProsFacebook is het meest gebruikte sociale medium ter wereld
  • 67. ProsFacebook is het meest gebruikte sociale medium ter wereldJe kan TV-zenders of andere bedrijven en organisaties "liken"omzo op de hoogte te blijven van promoties, nieuwe producten ofactiviteiten
  • 68. ProsFacebook is het meest gebruikte sociale medium ter wereldJe kan TV-zenders of andere bedrijven en organisaties "liken"omzo op de hoogte te blijven van promoties, nieuwe producten ofactiviteitenJe kan oude vrienden terugvinden en contacteren
  • 69. ProsFacebook is het meest gebruikte sociale medium ter wereldJe kan TV-zenders of andere bedrijven en organisaties "liken"omzo op de hoogte te blijven van promoties, nieuwe producten ofactiviteitenJe kan oude vrienden terugvinden en contacterenJe kan in contact blijven met je vrienden hoe ver ze ook zijn
  • 70. ProsFacebook is het meest gebruikte sociale medium ter wereldJe kan TV-zenders of andere bedrijven en organisaties "liken"omzo op de hoogte te blijven van promoties, nieuwe producten ofactiviteitenJe kan oude vrienden terugvinden en contacterenJa kan in contact blijven met je vrienden hoe ver ze ook zijnJe kan je vrienden en familie op de hoogte houden van wat er in jeleven gebeurt
  • 71. ProsFacebook is het meest gebruikte sociale medium ter wereldJe kan TV-zenders of andere bedrijven en organisaties "liken"omzo op de hoogte te blijven van promoties, nieuwe producten ofactiviteitenJe kan oude vrienden terugvinden en contacterenJa kan in contact blijven met je vrienden hoe ver ze ook zijnJe kan je vrienden en familie op de hoogte houden van wat er in jeleven gebeurtJe kan jezelf en wat je doet promoten
  • 72. ProsFacebook is het meest gebruikte sociale medium ter wereldJe kan TV-zenders of andere bedrijven en organisaties "liken"omzo op de hoogte te blijven van promoties, nieuwe producten ofactiviteitenJe kan oude vrienden terugvinden en contacterenJa kan in contact blijven met je vrienden hoe ver ze ook zijnJe kan je vrienden en familie op de hoogte houden van wat er in jeleven gebeurtJe kan jezelf en wat je doet promotenJe kan gelijkgezinden vriend maken door lid te worden vangroepen.
  • 73. ProsFacebook is het meest gebruikte sociale medium ter wereldJe kan TV-zenders of andere bedrijven en organisaties "liken"omzo op de hoogte te blijven van promoties, nieuwe producten ofactiviteitenJe kan oude vrienden terugvinden en contacterenJa kan in contact blijven met je vrienden hoe ver ze ook zijnJe kan je vrienden en familie op de hoogte houden van wat er in jeleven gebeurtJe kan jezelf en wat je doet promotenJe kan gelijkgezinden vriend maken door lid te worden vangroepen.Je kan je favoriete muziek en films delen met je vrienden
  • 74. ProsFacebook is het meest gebruikte sociale medium ter wereldJe kan TV-zenders of andere bedrijven en organisaties "liken"omzo op de hoogte te blijven van promoties, nieuwe producten ofactiviteitenJe kan oude vrienden terugvinden en contacterenJa kan in contact blijven met je vrienden hoe ver ze ook zijnJe kan je vrienden en familie op de hoogte houden van wat er in jeleven gebeurtJe kan jezelf en wat je doet promotenJe kan gelijkgezinden vriend maken door lid te worden vangroepen.Je kan je favoriete muziek en films delen met je vriendenJe kan allerlei spelletjes spelen en vele applicaties gebruiken
  • 75. ProsFacebook is het meest gebruikte sociale medium ter wereldJe kan TV-zenders of andere bedrijven en organisaties "liken"omzo op de hoogte te blijven van promoties, nieuwe producten ofactiviteitenJe kan oude vrienden terugvinden en contacterenJa kan in contact blijven met je vrienden hoe ver ze ook zijnJe kan je vrienden en familie op de hoogte houden van wat er in jeleven gebeurtJe kan jezelf en wat je doet promotenJe kan gelijkgezinden vriend maken door lid te worden vangroepen.Je kan je favoriete muziek en films delen met je vriendenJa kan allerlei spelletjes spelen en vele applicaties gebruikenJe kan met je vrienden praten op elk ogenblik van de dag
  • 76. Contras
  • 77. Contrasongewenste vriendenverzoeken van onbekende mensen
  • 78. Contrasongewenste vriendenverzoeken van onbekende mensenten allen tijde snuisteren in je leven.
  • 79. Contrasongewenste vriendenverzoeken van onbekende mensenten allen tijde snuisteren in je leven.Je fotos misbruikt
  • 80. Contrasongewenste vriendenverzoeken van onbekende mensenten allen tijde snuisteren in je leven.Je fotos misbruiktverkeerde vrienden die je vertrouwen misbruiken
  • 81. Contrasongewenste vriendenverzoeken van onbekende mensenten allen tijde snuisteren in je leven.Je fotos misbruiktverkeerde vrienden die je vertrouwen misbruikenongewenste nieuwsberichten
  • 82. Contrasongewenste vriendenverzoeken van onbekende mensenten allen tijde snuisteren in je leven.Je fotos misbruiktverkeerde vrienden die je vertrouwen misbruikenongewenste nieuwsberichtenAlles wat je op facebook uitspookt wordt gezien
  • 83. Contrasongewenste vriendenverzoeken van onbekende mensenten allen tijde snuisteren in je leven.Je fotos misbruiktverkeerde vrienden die je vertrouwen misbruikenongewenste nieuwsberichtenAlles wat je op facebook uitspookt wordt gezienongewenste advertenties
  • 84. Contrasongewenste vriendenverzoeken van onbekende mensenten allen tijde snuisteren in je leven.Je fotos misbruiktverkeerde vrienden die je vertrouwen misbruikenongewenste nieuwsberichtenAlles wat je op facebook uitspookt wordt gezienongewenste advertentiesgedramatiseer
  • 85. Contrasongewenste vriendenverzoeken van onbekende mensenten allen tijde snuisteren in je leven.Je fotos misbruiktverkeerde vrienden die je vertrouwen misbruikenongewenste nieuwsberichtenAlles wat je op facebook uitspookt wordt gezienongewenste advertentiesgedramatiseertaggen in ongewenste fotos
  • 86. Contrasongewenste vriendenverzoeken van onbekende mensenten allen tijde snuisteren in je leven.Je fotos misbruiktverkeerde vrienden die je vertrouwen misbruikenongewenste nieuwsberichtenAlles wat je op facebook uitspookt wordt gezienongewenste advertentiesgedramatiseertaggen in ongewenste fotosApplicaties ontfrustelen details
  • 87. Contrasongewenste vriendenverzoeken van onbekende mensenten allen tijde snuisteren in je leven.Je fotos misbruiktverkeerde vrienden die je vertrouwen misbruikenongewenste nieuwsberichtenAlles wat je op facebook uitspookt wordt gezienongewenste advertentiesgedramatiseertaggen in ongewenste fotosApplicaties ontfrustelen detailsJe zult vele uren verspillen aan facebook
  • 88. Dos
  • 89. Dos1. Gebruik je eigen naam
  • 90. Dos1. Gebruik je eigen naam2. Gebruik een echte foto van jezelf.
  • 91. Dos1. Gebruik je eigen naam2. Gebruik een echte foto van jezelf.3. Kijk naar de foto van mensen die vriendenverzoeken sturen.
  • 92. Dos1. Gebruik je eigen naam2. Gebruik een echte foto van jezelf.3. Kijk naar de foto van mensen die vriendenverzoeken sturen.4. Maak je fotoalbum met privacy settings zodat alleen je vrienden die kunnen zien.
  • 93. Dos1. Gebruik je eigen naam2. Gebruik een echte foto van jezelf.3. Kijk naar de foto van mensen die vriendenverzoeken sturen.4. Maak je fotoalbum met privacy settings zodat alleen je vrienden die kunnen zien.5. Tag de fotos die je zelf post zodat vrienden weten dat je een foto van hen gepubliceerd hebt.
  • 94. Dos1. Gebruik je eigen naam2. Gebruik een echte foto van jezelf.3. Kijk naar de foto van mensen die vriendenverzoeken sturen.4. Maak je fotoalbum met privacy settings zodat alleen je vrienden die kunnen zien.5. Tag de fotos die je zelf post zodat vrienden weten dat je een foto van hen gepubliceerd hebt.6. Weiger vriendenverzoeken van vreemden, vooral alsde profielfoto niet van jou is.
  • 95. Dos1. Gebruik je eigen naam2. Gebruik een echte foto van jezelf.3. Kijk naar de foto van mensen die vriendenverzoeken sturen.4. Maak je fotoalbum met privacy settings zodat alleen je vrienden die kunnen zien.5. Tag de fotos die je zelf post zodat vrienden weten dat je een foto van hen gepubliceerd hebt.6. Weiger vriendenverzoeken van vreemden, vooral alsde profielfoto niet van jou is.7. Gebruik de Facebook privacy settings om te beperken wie je volledig profiel kan zien.
  • 96. Dos1. Gebruik je eigen naam2. Gebruik een echte foto van jezelf.3. Kijk naar de foto van mensen die vriendenverzoeken sturen.4. Maak je fotoalbum met privacy settings zodat alleen je vrienden die kunnen zien.5. Tag de fotos die je zelf post zodat vrienden weten dat je een foto van hen gepubliceerd hebt.6. Weiger vriendenverzoeken van vreemden, vooral alsde profielfoto niet van jou is.7. Gebruik de Facebook privacy settings om te beperken wie je volledig profiel kan zien.8. Creeer een private groep voor jezelf en je goede vrienden.
  • 97. Dos1. Gebruik je eigen naam2. Gebruik een echte foto van jezelf.3. Kijk naar de foto van mensen die vriendenverzoeken sturen.4. Maak je fotoalbum met privacy settings zodat alleen je vrienden die kunnen zien.5. Tag de fotos die je zelf post zodat vrienden weten dat je een foto van hen gepubliceerd hebt.6. Weiger vriendenverzoeken van vreemden, vooral alsde profielfoto niet van jou is.7. Gebruik de Facebook privacy settings om te beperken wie je volledig profiel kan zien.8. Creeer een private groep voor jezelf en je goede vrienden.9. Beperk het type van emailmeldingen uit facebook.
  • 98. Dos1. Gebruik je eigen naam2. Gebruik een echte foto van jezelf.3. Kijk naar de foto van mensen die vriendenverzoeken sturen.4. Maak je fotoalbum met privacy settings zodat alleen je vrienden die kunnen zien.5. Tag de fotos die je zelf post zodat vrienden weten dat je een foto van hen gepubliceerd hebt.6. Weiger vriendenverzoeken van vreemden, vooral alsde profielfoto niet van jou is.7. Gebruik de Facebook privacy settings om te beperken wie je volledig profiel kan zien.8. Creeer een private groep voor jezelf en je goede vrienden.9. Beperk het type van emailmeldingen uit facebook.10.Meld elke dreiging van geweld of ander ongeoorloofde post of afbeelding aan Facebook en de politie.
  • 99. Donts
  • 100. DontsLaat de default Facebook privacy settings niet in de standaardinstellingen.
  • 101. DontsLaat de default Facebook privacy settings niet in de standaardinstellingen.Wees niet bang om sommige mensen slechts een beperkte toegangtot je profiel te geven.
  • 102. DontsLaat de default Facebook privacy settings niet in de standaardinstellingen.Wees niet bang om sommige mensen slechts een beperkte toegangtot je profiel te geven.Vermeld nooit op Facebook wat je van plan bent te gaan doen dekomende uren, dagen, waar je heen gaat en met wie.
  • 103. DontsLaat de default Facebook privacy settings niet in de standaardinstellingen.Wees niet bang om sommige mensen slechts een beperkte toegangtot je profiel te geven.Vermeld nooit op Facebook wat je van plan bent te gaan doen dekomende uren, dagen, waar je heen gaat en met wie.Wees niet bang om lid te worden van publieke groepen die jeinteresseren
  • 104. DontsLaat de default Facebook privacy settings niet in de standaardinstellingen.Wees niet bang om sommige mensen slechts een beperkte toegangtot je profiel te geven.Vermeld nooit op Facebook wat je van plan bent te gaan doen dekomende uren, dagen, waar je heen gaat en met wie.Wees niet bang om lid te worden van publieke groepen die jeinteresserenAanvaart geen Facebook uitnodigingen voor activiteiten
  • 105. DontsLaat de default Facebook privacy settings niet in de standaardinstellingen.Wees niet bang om sommige mensen slechts een beperkte toegangtot je profiel te geven.Vermeld nooit op Facebook wat je van plan bent te gaan doen dekomende uren, dagen, waar je heen gaat en met wie.Wees niet bang om lid te worden van publieke groepen die jeinteresserenAanvaart geen Facebook uitnodigingen voor activiteitenGebruik Facebook niet om je agressie of opgekropte woede te uiten.Zet zeker niet aan tot geweld.
  • 106. Wat je nooit mag posten (Kinderen)
  • 107. Wat je nooit mag posten (Kinderen)1. Uw volledige geboortedatum
  • 108. Wat je nooit mag posten (Kinderen)1. Uw volledige geboortedatum2. Uw staat van relatie
  • 109. Wat je nooit mag posten (Kinderen)1. Uw volledige geboortedatum2. Uw staat van relatie3. Uw huidige locatie
  • 110. Wat je nooit mag posten (Kinderen)1. Uw volledige geboortedatum2. Uw staat van relatie3. Uw huidige locatie4. Het feit dat je thuis alleen bent
  • 111. Wat je nooit mag posten (Kinderen)1. Uw volledige geboortedatum2. Uw staat van relatie3. Uw huidige locatie4. Het feit dat je thuis alleen bent5. Fotos van kinderen met getagde namen
  • 112. Veilig facebooken
  • 113. Veilig facebooken1. Maak een sterk Password
  • 114. Veilig facebooken1. Maak een sterk Password2. Controleer en vernauw uw privacy settings
  • 115. Veilig facebooken1. Maak een sterk Password2. Controleer en vernauw uw privacy settings3. Leer hoe een Facebook hacker te herkennen
  • 116. Veilig facebooken1. Maak een sterk Password2. Controleer en vernauw uw privacy settings3. Leer hoe een Facebook hacker te herkennen4. Post niet alles op Facebook
  • 117. Veilig facebooken1. Maak een sterk Password2. Controleer en vernauw uw privacy settings3. Leer hoe een Facebook hacker te herkennen4. Post niet alles op Facebook5. Als jouw of een vriend zijn account is gehackt, meldt hetonmiddellijk
  • 118. Veilig facebooken1. Maak een sterk Password2. Controleer en vernauw uw privacy settings3. Leer hoe een Facebook hacker te herkennen4. Post niet alles op Facebook5. Als jouw of een vriend zijn account is gehackt, meldt hetonmiddellijk6. Backup uw Facebook data (fotos, videos, afbeeldingen, ....)
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  • 120. Enkele recente voorbeelden van wat je beter NIET op facebook gooit
  • 121. De samenvatting