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    Quit Posting to Facebook

    I have spoken with dozens of people who are irrationally terrified of government RFID tracking, and yet at the same time post sensitive personal data to Facebook, something they should probably be more worried about than RFID tracking.

    Anyone you share data with on Facebook can copy and paste that data to someone else. A hacker may be able access your personal data by compromising your Facebook account or the Facebook servers themselves. Finally, the government can simply ask Facebook for all of your personal data.

    Close your Facebook account. If you have to keep your Facebook account open, do not put personal information in your profile and don’t include personal information in your posts.

    You can also use Facebook under a nickname. Instead of using your full legal name, use your nickname. Or, you can create an entirely fake name for Facebook.

    Similar recommendations apply to Twitter, Google+, and other social networks.

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    2 comments
    1. Dragon303

      6 August, 2014 at 10:50 pm

      You publish an article on privacy but use the biggest privacy offender of them all in “Adsense” by Google?

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    2. Brown Jason

      4 July, 2014 at 3:38 am

      For average computer users, privacy security needs more attention. For example, personal information and data stored on computer or external hard drive should be protected so other people can’t access them even though your computer get hacked.
      Kakasoft Folder Protector is a very simple and portable file password protection program. Using it to password protect files on computer will help you decrease data leak.

      Reply
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