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To prevent getting your account stolen or hacked, you have the ability to set up the "Security Code" generator or to get a security code sent as a text message to your phone every time you log in from a different place for the first time. This really helps prevent your account getting hacked.
Contributed by Dalena Tran
I agree with Lennie Ross. Sharing your relationship status online seems to cause more negativity than positivity because it comes across as distracting when it is constantly changing, can be embarrassing when your significant other does not have the same status as you, and your relationship should be private and the whole right does not have to know.
Contributed by Kimberly Alvarez
While people always rag on Facebook for wasting people's time, it has a lot of benefits. People also always wonder why you have so many friends; you can't possibly really know all those people can you? But to tell the truth, Facebook is great for networking, something all college students will need to understand eventually. Plus, depending on groups people interact with, Facebook can become a simpler version of Ebay. At the University of Oklahoma, there is a free and for sale group that people trade with. There are so many other benefits of Facebook as well. So don't worry about wasting all your time on Facebook.
Contributed by Ben Trabing
On Facebook just like everyone else? It could help job prospects as it seemed to do for the young adults mentioned in this article. Be careful what you post, who you friend, and the details you share (such as checking in at a bar when you should be at a dentist appointment...)
Contributed by Sammo Lea