Disability insurance: The forgotten safety net
Using social media sensibly and safely is not difficult. Here are some top tips from the International Compliance Association (ICA):
Be careful who you friend – don‘t automatically trust friend requests from strangers
Be careful what you post – remember almost anything you post can be re-posted
Avoid ideology – unless you plan to be active in the public domain
Manage your profile(s) – only include the things you really want others to know and don’t post any Personally Identifiable Information (PII)
Consider your security settings thoughtfully – what controls will you put in place?
Think before posting images – do you want your relatives or employer to see them?
Think before tagging others – do they want to be tagged online
Don’t trust every link you see – some can take you to infected sites
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