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Article: Things you should not put in your personal blog

Blogged by: Kitty on Saturday, July 21, 2012  
Commentators: Blogger leakedknowledge, Blogger Kitty, Anonymous Amy,
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As bloggers, we talk about various things that we want to share with people, be it our hobbies, pets, events, etc. However, one must also be aware that there are a few things that must not be shared or made public.

1. Your full name

2. Where you live

3. Your family members', friends', acquaintances' full names

4. Where you work/study

5. Where you will be and when

6. Your personal contact details (phone numbers, mailing addresses)

7. Pictures that can identify where you live/work/study

8. Your car's plate license

9. Travel itinerary

10. Bank account details

As much as you might want to get your readers to know you better, revealing the things mentioned above can pose danger to you especially you don't know who is reading your blog. It is important to keep these details to yourself as you don't know somebody might have ill-intention towards you or the people you know.

Also, it is a matter of protecting yourself from people YOU know. Your co-worker/employer/teacher might one day decide to look up on the internet for any information about you and imagine by sheer chance they come across your blog. It is not a big deal if none of your blog posts are all clean, but if one of your posts contain something that might offend the person who reads it, one day you could end up waking up in a ditch.

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Yeah totally agree with you kitty. Some people take this matter un-seriously and alot of them regret it later on. Internet is not a safe world to reveal our infos and if that infos go to wrong person ie stalker, hacker, they can do a lot bad things to us. Stay low, be anonymous are the ways to be safe in internet. People should notice that :)

@leakedknowledge(kopi), I couldn't agree with you more! People should be vigilant about these kind of things.

Yes! I see all these people posting up this personal information where anyone could come find them. Crazy!

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Article: Things you should not put in your personal blog

Blogged by: Kitty on Saturday, July 21, 2012  
Commentators: Blogger leakedknowledge, Blogger Kitty, Anonymous Amy,
Facebook comments: comments

As bloggers, we talk about various things that we want to share with people, be it our hobbies, pets, events, etc. However, one must also be aware that there are a few things that must not be shared or made public.

1. Your full name

2. Where you live

3. Your family members', friends', acquaintances' full names

4. Where you work/study

5. Where you will be and when

6. Your personal contact details (phone numbers, mailing addresses)

7. Pictures that can identify where you live/work/study

8. Your car's plate license

9. Travel itinerary

10. Bank account details

As much as you might want to get your readers to know you better, revealing the things mentioned above can pose danger to you especially you don't know who is reading your blog. It is important to keep these details to yourself as you don't know somebody might have ill-intention towards you or the people you know.

Also, it is a matter of protecting yourself from people YOU know. Your co-worker/employer/teacher might one day decide to look up on the internet for any information about you and imagine by sheer chance they come across your blog. It is not a big deal if none of your blog posts are all clean, but if one of your posts contain something that might offend the person who reads it, one day you could end up waking up in a ditch.

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Yeah totally agree with you kitty. Some people take this matter un-seriously and alot of them regret it later on. Internet is not a safe world to reveal our infos and if that infos go to wrong person ie stalker, hacker, they can do a lot bad things to us. Stay low, be anonymous are the ways to be safe in internet. People should notice that :)

@leakedknowledge(kopi), I couldn't agree with you more! People should be vigilant about these kind of things.

Yes! I see all these people posting up this personal information where anyone could come find them. Crazy!

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