The social media industry is notorious for a whole host of security risks, but there’s a new trend that has been popping up in recent years that’s also becoming a bit of a buzzkill: questions from the public.
In fact, in 2017, the FBI warned that people asking social media security questions about them might just be asking them the wrong questions.
But how should you handle these questions, and what you should do if you find yourself in the position of being confronted with one?
Do not answer them directly.
In other words, don’t go directly to the person or company who is asking the question.
If they’re asking the right question, you should go to the source of the question and ask the same question yourself.
For example, if a company asked a user to log into their social media account and log into a Facebook account, it would be a perfectly legitimate request, but if a customer asked for a customer ID and password, it might just look suspicious.
Ask them directly to provide proof.
This may seem obvious, but many people are still reluctant to provide a personal login details to their employers or even to social media users.
For instance, you may be asked to provide your social security number when you apply for a job, and you may not want to do this if you have any reason to doubt your identity.
This can also be a concern when you’re asked to log onto Facebook or Twitter, which requires you to enter a code.
Don’t get defensive.
While it’s okay to take a quick defensive stance, this can actually make it harder for the hacker to identify who you are.
For one thing, you’ll have to explain why you are asking the questions in a way that can help the hacker identify you.
If you do this in a direct, clear manner, you can avoid any potential problems with the hacker and prevent your identity being exposed.
Don’s tips for dealing with questions on social media: 1.
If possible, try to get the source to respond directly.
If the company doesn’t have an email address, you might want to try to contact the company directly through Twitter or Facebook.
If it does have an address, the easiest way to contact them is to post on the company’s social media pages and ask them to respond to your question.
2, Always ask questions in writing, as opposed to by phone.
If a company has an email or Facebook page, it’s a good idea to write down your question and provide proof that you’re the person asking it.
If this doesn’t work, you could try to call the company.
3, If you’re unsure whether a person is a legitimate source, ask for their social security numbers.
If there are no social security addresses on the person’s social profile, it may be possible to verify that they’re a legitimate person.
If that’s the case, then you can ask a question directly.
4, If there’s no email address on the user’s social account, you have the option to contact him directly by sending a direct message or calling his cell phone number.
You can also contact him through Twitter and Facebook.