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We hope you’ll take the time to share your thoughts and opinions with us, or just let us know what’s going on in your world. But please remember that we are a bank, and that means we’ve got certain rules and regulations to adhere to, and it may limit what we can say or comment on. It may even mean that we have to remove some posts if they’re inappropriate or violate any of the banking regulations. Ultimately, we want to protect you, your business, your family and your hard-earned money!
So if you’re on any of our social media sites, please remember:
Tips for social media safety
Social networking sites like Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, and YouTube enable people to post information about themselves and communicate with others around the world using forums, interest groups, blogs, chat rooms, email, and instant messaging. While social networking sites can increase a person’s network of friends or business contacts, they also can increase exposure to people with less-than-friendly intentions. Here are some tips to help protect yourself.
Never provide or post your Social Security number, address, phone number, bank account or credit card numbers, or other personal information that could be used by criminals. Think twice about posting your location and other personal information, especially if you have your social networking profiles set to public viewing or readily accessible by large networks. This information can often be viewed in real time by search engines and social websites – criminals may be able to use this information to cause you harm. Consider your personal safety. Consider not posting your photo. It can be altered or broadcast in ways you may not be happy about. Make sure your screen name doesn’t say too much about you. Be wary if a new friend wants to meet you in person. If you decide to meet, meet in a public place during the day with friends you trust. And tell a responsible adult where you’re going.
Some social networking sites allow only a defined community of users to access posted content; others allow anyone and everyone to view postings. Keep control over the information you post by restricting access to your page, and watch for updates to security and privacy policies. We have collected some links to help you learn more about privacy policies on the top social media sites.
Facebook Privacy Center
Twitter Help Center
Foursquare Privacy 101
YouTube Safety Center
How to Make YouTube Videos Private
LinkedIn Privacy Settings
Picture social networking sites as billboards in cyberspace. Don’t disclose anything about yourself, your friends, or family members that you wouldn’t want to be made public. And remember that once information appears on a website, it might never be completely erased. What you say or do online has repercussions offline, so be careful what you post.
Think twice before clicking on links or downloading attachments. They may contain viruses or spyware that could damage your computer or steal your personal information – including your online passwords and account numbers. Some messages may “spoof,” or copy the email addresses of friends to fool you into thinking that they’re from them. Don’t click on links or download attachments in emails from strangers, and if you get an unexpected message from someone whose address you recognize, check with them directly before clicking on links or attachments. A spam filter can help reduce the number of unwanted emails you get. Anti-virus software, which scans incoming messages for troublesome files, and anti-spyware software, which looks for programs that have been installed on your computer and track your online activities without your knowledge, can protect you from online identity theft. Firewalls prevent hackers and unauthorized communications from entering your computer.
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