The Life You Think is Private

So you think your life is your’s to live any way you please? Sometimes that’s true. Sometimes it’s not. There are a gazillion people who frequent the internet and a big portion of them have some sort of social media page. Facebook, Twitter, Snapchat, Kikk and many more apps are out there so we can share our lives with other people. Unfortunately, some of us tend to go over the top and post some pretty damaging stuff.

College administrators and potential employers either do it on their own, or they hire professionals to snoop their applicants’ social media pages to see who they are letting on to their campuses or hiring into their companies. If you were inviting some people to your house you didn’t know and you had a way to go online and check them out, wouldn’t you? That’s what colleges and employers are doing. They are researching people who apply for schools and employment.

I’ve seen people using gross profanity, re-posting fights, smoking drugs, selling drugs and even revealing parts of their anatomy on Facebook. Some young people are even posting pornography clips on their social media pages. I always ask myself if the parents are monitoring their child’s social media behavior.

Snapchat and Kikk boast about your posts deleting itself so nobody can see what you do, like your parents. Take it from an investigator, Don’t believe that! It’s still somewhere for people to see.

Snapchat and Kikk boast about your posts deleting itself so nobody can see what you do, like your parents. Take it from an investigator, don’t believe that! Many young people are spending a lot of time Inboxing in Facebook. It’s still somewhere for people to see. And with the proper investigative tools, someone can see you and the private life you thought you had, really isn’t all that private when you spend time on social media sites.

Want to know more? Read this article from 13WMAZ News Site.

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