Everyone is having their account on social media platforms for the public interactions. The social media platforms can cause damage sometimes if you are not attentive to your security. Surveys say that nearly one out of five Facebook accounts are hacked. Sometimes, it’s not just our mates playing harmless pranks either, with a significant proportion of respondents saying they’d had abusive messages, hoaxes, scams, or other offensive material posted from their account without their knowledge.
Here are the three questions that arise in everyone’s mind when it comes to online privacy?
- Who shares their social media posts with the world?
There are three most popular social media platforms Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. 20% of people have a profile on Facebook and 10% don’t even know if their profile is private or public. 60% of us have profiles on Twitter and 15% don’t know if their profile is public or private. 47%people leave their Instagram profile on the public.
- How many people have had their account hacked?
You will get shocked to know that one in five (18%) know they’ve had their account hacked at least once. There is a huge amount of 54% harmful content have posted from the profiles getting hacked. Surveys show that in 43% cases friends are involved in hacking activities.
- Are we protecting our data from Spammers and Hackers?
You can protect your data by using private mode, erasing cookies, VPNs. Surveys prove that 4 out of 5 people have never used a VPN. 61% don’t even know about it. 23% of us have never erased cookies.
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