Thursday, November 14, 2019
Security Rules

The First Meeting after Online Acquaintance: Security Rules

While being acquainted online, we rarely think what dangers we may face during a real meeting. Our virtual life is full of surprises and it requires special attention to security issues. Your individual safety on the Internet begins with your profile, continues with communication and finishes with a personal meeting. But how to secure yourself and achieve the desired result? Let`s check our security rules beforehand.

  1. Personal Information

If you want to increase your chances for a successful acquaintance, you have to share information about yourself in your profile on dating websites or social platforms. It`s more than important not to tell the details about yourself that put your security at risk. If you do not want to answer any question, then think why he or she asks you about it. For example, if your new friend asks about your job position or the address of your office, you shouldn`t give him an exact information. You could specify the type of activities (accounting, economics, computers, etc.), your attitude to work, etc. In a private lettering, you may give some general information about yourself: the name, date of birth, the city of residence and share your real photos.

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