13 things you should delete from your Facebook right now

Here are the 13 things you should delete from your Facebook right now

1. Delete your friends you don’t know

Why do you accept from you don’t know? Unless you run some kind of that is dependent on an influx of customers from your personal page, it’s probably best to stray away from adding random people.

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Do you think it really is healthy to gain satisfaction from so many people liking your posts if that is the reason you have that many friends?

Oxford psychology professor Robin Dunbar believes that human beings are only capable of maintaining somewhere around 150 healthy relationships. He studied the activity of a little over 3,300 Facebook users, and concluded that only 4.1 out of that many were considered dependable and reliable.

2. Your birthday

Do you know what people can do if they see your birthday publicly displayed on your Facebook profile? I don’t know too much about it, but I know this is one piece of personal that makes it much easier for a person to become a victim of identify-theft category crimes.

3. Photographs of your children

As a parent, this is one thing I would never condone. I don’t understand how parents could feel comfortable publicly posting photographs of their children online when agencies like CPS look for any excuse possible to steal kids from parents, but nevertheless parents do it.

Also, young kids don’t usually have the ability to consent to being placed online.

4. Your phone number

Have you ever been asked by a shady character on the street if they can use your phone? They might have been trying to steal your information through your phone number.

With the right tools, a person can discover your address through your phone number. If they can access the linked to your phone number, they can unlock a whole lot of other data about you that nobody needs to know.

5. Where your child attends school

Child predators are truly no joke. In fact, a report by the NSPCC discovered that sexual offenses are actually on the rise.

The report reads:

“Police recorded 36,429 sexual offenses against children in the UK in 2013/2014… in England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland police recorded the highest number of sexual offenses against children in the past decade.”

Oh, the report was from the UK? That’s where self defense is becoming increasingly illegal, and putting your foot in a pedophile’s ass would actually cause some people to defend the pedophile.

Perhaps that is because docility is on the rise, and in countries that aren’t America, if you stab a pedophile your peers might create a shrine dedicated to the dead pedophile rather than defending your kids… like the burglar in the UK who got stabbed, and people created a shrine in memorial to the man who was trying to rob an elderly man and his disabled wife.

6. Location services

If you publicly disclose your location on Facebook and expect no consequences, that’s simply foolish.

What more needs to be said? It is naive to think that people aren’t watching.

7. Your manager

Why would anybody add their boss on Facebook? Tell them you don’t have a social media account, unless you online and are treated as an equal by your boss, which also happens.

8. Where you go on vacation

Insurance policies factor in social media now. According to This is Money, travelers have been robbed of their possessions while on vacation, and due to publicly posting about their plans to vacation, they were risking having their insurance claims denied.

It’s common sense: it’s an invitation for robbery, like putting a sign on your house that is anti-gun or anti-self defense. Predators will prey.

9. Your relationship status

If you become targeted for any reason, whether there is competition in your work place or someone from your past doesn’t like you or whatever it is, why would you give them the info about who you are in a relationship with?

10. Your credit or debit card information

It’s really easy to receive a payment through Facebook now. In fact, if people do nothing but talk about “payment” Facebook will automatically offer the service.

If you receive money, be sure to disconnect your debit card from your Facebook after.

11. Your travel ticket

Have a boarding pass for a flight? Don’t be stupid: don’t post it to social media. We shouldn’t have to explain why: realize there are predators and people who commit robberies out there.

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