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Do we really care about our online privacy? What should we really do about it?
According to an infographic shared on Search Engine Journal,   over 2 million photos are posted to Facebook during any given 20  minutes  period, 7 billion pieces of content are shared weekly and 3,500  images  are uploaded to Flickr every minute.
With these stats helping to demonstrate that an immense amount of   personal content is being shared online, you would think that people   would be concerned about ensuring that information doesn’t fall into the   wrong hands, or that it can’t be used or exploited for advertising   purposes. The reality, however, is very different. Read more
Here are few tips on how to take to guard our online privacy:
* Take the time to choose your passwords
* Keep up-to-date with privacy concerns
* Check the default settings on each site you sign up to…
But most of all: “The only true weapon that users have when it comes to their own privacy is awareness.” Read on…
Also read:
- 10 risky default settings in social media you need to check
- The most common and dangerous passwords
- A Beginner’s Guide to Password Managers

Do we really care about our online privacy? What should we really do about it?

According to an infographic shared on Search Engine Journal, over 2 million photos are posted to Facebook during any given 20 minutes period, 7 billion pieces of content are shared weekly and 3,500 images are uploaded to Flickr every minute.

With these stats helping to demonstrate that an immense amount of personal content is being shared online, you would think that people would be concerned about ensuring that information doesn’t fall into the wrong hands, or that it can’t be used or exploited for advertising purposes. The reality, however, is very different. Read more

Here are few tips on how to take to guard our online privacy:

* Take the time to choose your passwords

* Keep up-to-date with privacy concerns

* Check the default settings on each site you sign up to…

But most of all: “The only true weapon that users have when it comes to their own privacy is awareness.” Read on

Also read:

- 10 risky default settings in social media you need to check

- The most common and dangerous passwords

- A Beginner’s Guide to Password Managers