Do you think facebook compromises your security?
Do people invest to much time and detail into there Facebook that allows random people to find out personal information about your self and the people around you?
I think Facebook has done a pretty good job implementing security measures users can take to make sure their information stays private if they so desire. The key is using the proper privacy settings. Although it's amazing to me how many Facebook users still aren't doing this. I think it might be because people feel that since Facebook is a "community" of sorts they don't need to be careful what information they share. Of course this is a false sense of security. We should always be careful about what information we share on the internet.
Recently I also faced problems with my FB account as they demanded me to identify my friends for allowing me to log in to my account. It was a terrible time for me.
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