Most of us know that posting vacation photos on Facebook is not a good idea when we are away from town. Taking a perfect photo of the sunset or sandy toes with a cold drink is very appealing.

You can wait until you get home. Some people can’t wait that long.

If you publish these vacation photos on Facebook, anyone who isn’t your friend can see them. Even people who don’t use Facebook at all can see their vacation photos.

It’s easy to find an empty house for the bad guys to rob.

Visit a public Facebook group in your area.

  • Click on the list of members.
  • Select one and choose to view your Facebook public profile.
  • Find the member who is posting the vacation photo.

Sure, it may take a while to find what they’re looking for, but bad guys generally do bad things for life. They have time to do their homework.

Sadly, many people don’t think of this when sitting by a pool somewhere. Post your photo to your profile and newsfeed without changing your post’s privacy settings. You can see where the photo is displayed by looking at the top of the post. If the globe is visible, the post is public.

You may have already chosen to share your photos and posts only with your friends.

If you’ve accepted a lot of friend requests from strangers, or if you don’t have enough knowledge to tell you you’re not at home, you’ll need to set up another friends list to share your photos only with those friends. there is.

We recommend that you do this on your computer, not on the phone.

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Here you can create a list of trusted people.[追加と削除]Click to add the user to the list.

When posting a vacation photo, choose to share it only with those on that list. Whether you like or comment on a post, only users of your custom list can see it.

We have found that custom friends lists are also suitable for certain types of posts. We all have friends who are easily offended. You may have friends who don’t want to see the party photos. A friend you may be politically opposed to. I made a list of jerky friends. Don’t laugh. We all have them. Add their name to that list.

Whenever you want to post something without upsetting them, you can choose to post to everyone except the people on that list.

And if you think I’m advising the bad guys on how to use social media to put someone’s joints in the case, they already know that people are sharing too much personal information on Facebook. I am.