5. Your Current Location
Many people enjoy tagging themselves wherever they go to let their friends know where to find them 24/7. Unfortunately, despite this being a fun feature, it’s also a problematic one as if you tag yourself away from your home, potential thieves know you are out. You can still tag locations in your pictures later, once you get home. Your friends will still be just as jealous to see you having a blast whether it’s happening right now or if it was a few hours ago.
4. Inappropriate Photos
It has become common knowledge that potential employers sometimes take a look at their candidates’ Facebook profiles in order to know who they are really dealing with. You are thus most likely aware that posting any incriminating pictures is not a good idea. However, if you are thinking of simply deleting your illicit photos when you are unemployed, you may want to reconsider; according to the Huffington Post, it is possible for users to store deleted phot0s.
3. Your Password
As unbelievable as it sounds, people do sometimes share their passwords on Facebook. Sharing passwords has actually become such a problem that Facebook has listed it as the number one thing not to share. Even sharing it with someone you trust is a risky move, as you never know what can happen to jeopardize your relationship. For example, if you give your password to your girlfriend, and you eventually go through a rough breakup, you suddenly find yourself in a situation where someone that dislikes you now has complete access to your account and your information; that is not a good place to be.