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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Do You REALLY Think Your Social Media Account Is Private? 39% of teenagers think their online activity isprivate from everyone (except their friends), including parents...Well sadly, they're wrong. As an example for how private your social media really is, Instagram.On Instagram you may have your accountsettings on private and only your friends can see your posts, so you think. Say you post a photo of yourself (a selfie) but you don't lookyour best in the photo but who cares, only your friends can see it anyways , right?Then your friend likes it, then one of their friends who you don't know goes ontheir news feed and sees they liked your photo. Now they can see your photo because their friend liked it and it only takes them 2 seconds toscreenshot that embarrassing photo of you and send it to one of their friend,and for that friend to send it to another friend and so on. Now your photo that you onlywanted your friends to see is on the phones of people you don't even know.Does that sound private to you? 6% of internet users have lost a job opportunity or educationalopportunity because of somethingthey posted online or someoneposted about them. 21% of teen Facebook users share their personal cell phone number "Just as we teach our children how to ride a bike, we need to teach them how to navigate social mediaand make the right moves that will help them. The physical world is similar to the virtual world in manycases. It's about being aware. We can prevent many debacles if we're educated." Amy Jo Martin Sadly, nothing you put on your social mediaaccount is private. If you post something,it only takes a second for somebody to screenshot it then send it to all their friendswho may or may not know you but now theyknow your business. Did you know that whenyou interview for a job, that job looks you up onGoogle to make sure that you are that matureyoung adult that you seem to be. But wait, there'sa photo of you from just last night at a party,that photo that you thought your friend haddeleted, and he did so why is it still showing up?As soon as you post something on the internet,it's there FOREVER even if you can't see it or itsays post deleted, there's still a way to find it.Now you don't have that dream job that you'vebeen wishing for all because of a silly photo ofyou playing beer pong at a party the night beforeyour interview, thanks privacy settings. For more information on your "private" social media accounts, read this article: Click this link for a video on social media privacy:
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