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The Financial Risks Of Sharing Too Much On Social Media [INFOGRAPHIC]

The Financial Risks Of Sharing Too Much On Social Media [INFOGRAPHIC]

Social media has been a global phenomenon for less than a decade, but the concept of sharing information online on platforms such as Twitter and Facebook with friends, family, co-workers, clients, contacts and, yes, complete strangers, has become effectively second-nature.

We just do it.

Which is all well and good, right up until the point when you share just a little too much and it all goes horribly wrong.

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Most Willing To Exchange Private Social Data For Better Online Experience, Says Study [INFOGRAPHIC]

Here’s an interesting statistic: more than half of social network users in the United Kingdom say they are willing to share their private social data on other websites in exchange for personalised content and a better experience.

54 percent would share their relationship status with a third party website, and half (50 percent) would share their interests and hobbies. Almost three in five (56 percent) would login using their social media profile, and 41 percent would be happy to see product recommendations based on their (social) interests.

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What Do Twitter, Facebook, Google And Pinterest Know About YOU? [INFOGRAPHIC]

In case you haven’t heard, people love the internet.

And they really love social media.

Collectively, hundreds of millions of users generate billions of pieces of content each and every day on platforms such as Facebook, Twitter, Google and Pinterest.

So, here’s the big question… what do these social networks know about you?

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