It doesn’t go more than a few days before someone posts a “please follow these steps to keep Facebook from sharing your…….” message. These messages have been around since Facebook 1st made a changes (around 2011). The following are some examples of messages you will come across and why you should not fall for it…..
The two factor authentication works by using something you know (your password) plus something you have (either email or text message) to prevent anyone who doesn’t have both parts from accessing your account. Twitter, Facebook, Google, Dropbox, iCloud, and most online email services offer two-factor authentication. The following post is about How To Turn On Two Factor Authentication For Online Services.
If you’re a parent of a teenagers, and are having discussions with your kids about life after high school, also known as the college talk, you may want to include the warning that what your kids post of social media could possibly affect their ability
Homeowners in Oklahoma Find Their Homes For Rent On Facebook. In another example of social media being used to scam people, a Facebook page called Rent Homes was set up advertising homes for rent in the Tulsa Oklahoma area, that promised rental homes for a