Over the last decade, social media has completely changed the way we interact with our friends, family and, let's face it, sometimes a total bunch of strangers.
This is particularly the case with Facebook. The social networking site, which was launched all the way back in 2004, has seen billions of users all over the world share statuses, photos, and events with various people.
The site plays a huge role in our everyday lives, however, it has come to light recently that sites such as Facebook could potentially pose a risk to our overall privacy on the web.
I am, of course, referring to the Cambridge Analytica scandal in which 87 million Facebook users from around the world had their personal data harvested.
In light of this, there are certain pieces of information that you should probably emit from your Facebook page such as your home address and where you went to school.
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Now while some Facebook users have felt so violated by the whole fiasco that they decided to delete their accounts, others have decided to hold onto their accounts in spite of the scandal.