Facebook Photos Hijacked for Porn

How you can protect yourself by using the social media's privacy settings.
1:27 | 02/18/12

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Not everyone goes out -- just be friendly and share a status update they look at it for. Information connections and want -- information against dia. -- -- Richardson who owns silver square a web company -- works extensively with social media. She says many of us may not be as protected as we think. Pictures of local teens have been showing up on a porn site even though some say they have their FaceBook pages set at the highest security settings. Some of the girls attend Hamilton heights and -- still high schools. Fishers police confirm they have taken reports to and turn them over to the F beyond. Reports are coming into different police agencies -- -- -- exactly how many victims there are. But one young girl -- -- her picture put on the porn site tells me she recognizes about thirty girls from right here in Hamilton County. Richardson says if hackers get into one account they have access to all of that person's friends to. And that posts made from cell phones don't have the same security protections as those made from your computer. Also photos -- -- didn't can go into a public timeline and once a picture of view is grant there's no getting it back. -- about that fabric and and something. About it. Her advice reset your privacy settings at least every six months. It -- take thirty to forty minutes to change the mall but stable lifetime and other embarrassment.

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