using Facebook login credentials on other sites can leave you vulnerable to hackers and data leaks.
Have you put any thought into what will happen to your social media accounts and associated data when you pass away? Unfortunately, it comes with the responsibility of using social media.
Facebook privacy settings allow you to decide what happens to your account after your death. This helps protect your information and legacy after you can no longer monitor your profile. Head to “Memorialization Settings” and either choose a legacy contact, who can manage posts, respond to new friend requests, and update your profile picture, or choose to have your account deleted after your death.
It’s possible to enjoy Facebook without putting your privacy at risk. Stay vigilant and take action should you notice any suspicious activity and pay attention to announcements regarding new or updated Facebook privacy settings. When it comes to staying safe online, you’re your own best advocate. And if you think your Facebook account might have been compromised, read our blog post on how to check if your account was hacked.