While Safe Shepherd helps you control and remove your personal information from websites that sell it, it is still up to you to take personal responsibility for the information that you make public on the social networks that you are apart of. Here is a list of resources to help you take control of your privacy on your social networks.
Facebook recently introduced the timeline making it easier for your “friends” to go onto your profile and look at your old posts. Check out this link for some tips to help manage your privacy on the world’s largest social network: pcworld article
Over the last few years Twitter has taken the world by storm as the hottest new social network. Being limited to only 150 characters means that people are forced to keep their message short and sweet. However, if you don’t know how to control your privacy on twitter, what you say will stay on the internet forever.
LinkedIn is a great social netork for all types of professionals, however not everyone wants their info so accesible.
Last year Google came out with it’s very own social network. While not as big as Facebook, you should still know how to control your privacy.