Less than half of Brits keep their social media activities private: Action Fraud

Less than half of Brits keep their social media activities private: Action Fraud

Nearly 30% of social media users are re-using same passwords across platforms

Only 44% of social media users in the UK keep their personal information restricted to friends and acquaintances on social media platforms, indicating that cyber criminals can track and obtain information about a majority of Brits on social media.

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