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Keep in mind that you control your social media exposure; how much or how little you choose to share is your decision. Some people decide to limit their social media presence to professional networking sites such as LinkedIn and not share any personal information. Others decide to modify their social media environment by making their presence known to only their closest friends and family and liking only reputable news, information, and entertainment sources. The choice is yours. The dangers of social media are not going away. Platforms are not always readily transparent when they change their policies or entice users with new services and you may be unaware when personal date is being collected. So, it is up to you to be vigilant and choose wisely when using these platforms for personal or professional promotion. Remember to use common sense and think before you post.
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