Only time will tell my dear. Only time.
The best you can do is think carefully before you put anything you wouldn't want your mum or kids to see online
Google is a search engine and they index everything. For the rest, connect the missing dots.
The default privacy setting are better in G+ that in FB, however, Google ensures you make a public profile that of course is visible in its search engine.
Facebook has advanced with its security over the last few years. Its not perfect but its getting there. Google has had the benefit of learning from Facebooks mistakes so its hard to say.
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