Sharing Info Online
What to, and What Not To Share Online
When sharing info about yourself online, whether it be a text or an e-mail to a friend, there are still things that you can and can't tell them. Below is what you can and can't share online.
What You Can Share Online
The stuff that you can share online, are just the little things, such as: my favourite ice-cream flavour, my favourite book to read, or even your favourite sport. Nothing to major, or else they could possibly track you down or steal your identity.
My favourite ice-cream
I love strawberry ice-cream in a waffle cone.
My favourite book
A book about a living skeleton and his sidekick.
My favourite sport
I love the fast and exciting sport of ice-hockey.
What You Can't share online
The stuff that you can't share online are the big things, such as: where you live, your phone number, how many siblings you have, what your name is and when you were born. If someone does get this information about you, they could possibly find you and kill you or take you.