Over the past decade, social media platforms such as Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram have become important parts of our daily life. These days, you cannot meet a person who doesn't have a single social media account. Our long phone calls have been replaced by messaging apps, newspapers by news feeds and civic protests by hashtags.
This also means, our social media interactions are observed and scrutinized more than ever by governments and prospective employers as a quick look into your personal life. Despite all the benefits that social media brings, your actions in a social media bubble can create a lot of havoc and trouble in your real life. So, today, on the world social media day, here are 5 things you must never do on a social media platform.
Avoid posting sensitive or confidential information
Don't share your location whereabouts
Don't share embarrassing or negative photos of yourself
Don't connect with people you don't want to connect in real world