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Oct 2, 2013

Crimes on Social Media [infographics]

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Crimes on Social Media [infographics]
A recent study shows that, social media sites (especially Facebook and Twitter) are involved in more than 80 percent of internet crimes, while 20 percent of active social media adults have complained about being a victim of internet crime.

Criminals use social media to obtain important data like birthday date, location, background information, etc. to target their victims, with many different methods. Burglary, identify theft and sex crimes are some major areas of cyber-criminals, and in most cases social searching is counted as their first activity.

So sooner we understand that posting too much personal information on social is not safe, sooner we will be able to secure our online activity. Do you want to know how are internet evils using social networking sites? Take a look at the infographic by InstantCheckMate called Social Media and Crime.

Crimes on Social Media [infographics]
Source: instantcheckmate.com/social-media-and-crime

How burglars are using social networking sites and what can you do to stop them to secure your property.

Social media can tell potential burglars and cyber criminals some things that make their job much easier like what you have, where you live, how long you're likely to be away from the home.

Learn some Some safety precautions in below infographic.

Crimes on Social Media [infographics]
Distinctivedoors.co.uk/how-burglars-are-using-social-media

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