7 things you should delete from Facebook immediately

Blog By suhas  |  31-08-17

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#7 Birthday

#7 Birthday

Very few of you might be aware that your birthday might link to your name and address, which can be used to easily access your bank account and personal details.


#6 Phone Number

#6 Phone Number

Most often than not this information would only lead to garnering unwanted stalkers.


#5 Un-Friend

#5 Un-Friend

Oxford psychology professor Robin Dunbar theorised that humans can maintain approximately 150 stable relationships. Anything above that is pretty pointless as per Robin since getting rid of the deadwood can make for a healthier interaction with social media.


#4 Children’s Photographs

#4 Children’s Photographs

As parents and well wishers we need to consider the question put forth by Victoria Nash, acting director of the Oxford Internet Institute, before posting our children’s picture. “What type of information would children want to see about themselves online at a later date?”


#3 Location Services

#3 Location Services

As location services are only available on Android and iPhones, it is easy to stalk or know where a person is at any point in time as 85% of the population access Facebook only through their phones.


#2 Workplace

#2 Workplace

It is always risky to maintain interactions with people from your workplace on a social media since your manager or CEO would have complete access to your wall, which also includes your statuses moaning about work.


#1 Tagging Location

#1 Tagging Location

Why would you wanna give people the complete access to your address by tagging your location?








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