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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Over Sharing Most people on the internet share without thinking about the consequences. They assume that everything they post on the internet is only available fortheir friends to see, but because of mobile sharing and screenshots any person out there could be able to see your post or picture. Young people also overwhelmingly (66%) believe that other youth have no sense of personal privacy and are willing to post anything and everything about their lives. a website that creates a horror moviebase on your Facebook page. It showsthe danger people face when they posttoo personal too often. 57% of 18-35-year-olds think people share toomuch about their personal thoughts andexperiences, and nearly that many feeltechnology is robbing them of their privacy. Nearly 40% of internet users between the ages of 18-35 have regretted posting personal information about themselves, and 35% have regretted posting personal information about a friend or family member. Over sharing is scary and there is no limit on whocan see it. People post too much about irrelevantthings they are doing. They don't pay attention towho's following them. Most people care more about their follow ratio than their safety. It's scary how many people post personal info. I don't understand why most people feel the need to share about every little detail about their life. How do they have time to experience life if they're always on their phones and taking pictures? People need toput their phones down and really connect with thepeople around them. Posting opens up opportunitiesfor hackers and stalkers.
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