If you are a Facebook user, I would encourage you to tweak your privacy settings or get some help doing so. From the computer, when you are on Facebook.com you need to click the triangle in the upper right corner of the Facebook page. From there click on Settings. Then click privacy. Those settings can be tweaked to your liking. I think the most important one is the setting all the way down at the bottom. Do you want search engines outside of Facebook to link to your profile? That should be set to “No.” After you have adjusted those options, you will also want to look at Apps and Websites from the Settings page. There you will see all of the websites and apps that you have given access to using your Facebook account. Some of these may be valid, but there may be some that you want to revoke. In the Security and Login section you can turn on two factor authentication for your Facebook account. I highly recommend it if your Facebook account is important to you and you want to prevent unauthorized access. Finally, you need to go to your Facebook profile page by clicking on your name at the top of the screen. You should go through each entry in the About section and decide whether info like your birthday, employers, Likes, and so on are shared with Only Me, Friends, Friends of Friends, or the whole world. It’s time for a tune up! You may need to put the same effort into your Google account as well.