THINGS YOU SHOULD NEVER SHARE ON FACEBOOK
Home Address - Unless your profile is on complete lockdown and no one but you and your cats can see it, then you should never put your home address on your profile.
_ You’re Going on Vacation - Bought tickets for a 5 day Caribbean cruise and want to share your departure date on Facebook? Probably a bad idea. Criminals are getting smarter and smarter these days, using search terms to dig into social media profiles.
_ Stuff About Your Kids - We all love to share pics of our kids doing goofy things or when they accomplish something. That’s totally fine. Facebook is all about being social. Just be sure you're keeping kid-related stuff private and for friends only. No kid stuff on the "public" setting.
_ The Layout of Your House - Let’s say you built a new house and want to show it off to your friends and followers on Facebook. You grab your iPhone and record a video or take pictures of each of the rooms in the house and post to Facebook. No big deal, right? What you just did is allow any criminal to know the exact layout of your house — so it’s 100 times easier for him to get around once he breaks in.
_ Post Copy-and-paste Status Updates - "Facebook is going to start charging and unless you want to get charged you need to post this status update saying you do not agree to being charged for the service." "President Obama ordered flag be flow at half-staff after the death of Whitney Houston." Those are the types of things we mean.
_ Complaints About Your Boss - Maybe you hate your job, or your boss is a tool. But your boss and your co-workers have Facebook too. They can see when you’re griping about work — and obviously those gripes aren’t going to reflect well on you.
... What's the biggest "I can't believe they posted that on Facebook!" thing you've ever seen?