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What are the dangers of Facebook?

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Personal information is shared with third parties, scammers create multiple fake accounts, and ads might sometimes contain malware, although Facebook offers people easy access to their loved ones. Additionally, Facebook is always redesigning and upgrading the website, which normally results in a less safe default mode for privacy settings.

Facebook has a lot of security holes, and even friends sometimes unknowingly make each other more vulnerable to the online world. The potential for Internet-related crime on Facebook is tremendous, with the number of crimes rising by a mind boggling 346 percent. Additionally, personal information is not as safe as it seems because third parties can access it in a number of ways without a person knowing about it.

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