Images with intimate content should not be shared on social networks, even for select people, because they could be used to make Sextorsion or cyberbullying. Even if the photos are deleted later, someone could save them and expose them later in exchange for money. In this sense, the Cide recommends not uploading them to the Internet, it should be remembered that the fingerprint remains present even after death.
5. Personal documents
Driver’s licenses, IDs, passports or any other important documents should not be published, as they could be seen by cyber attackers who wanted to do identity theft or commit fraud.
6.Opinions, complaints, controversial comments
Currently, controversial comments on social networks are used to expose the user to the “public fire” of the Internet, making anyone go viral for their way of thinking. For this reason, it is best to maintain some reservations in the face of controversial cases.
7. Private conversations
Finally, the cybersecurity institute recommends not publishing screenshots of conversations since they involve third parties and by sharing them they are not being taken into account. These should not be uploaded to Internet platforms, especially if they contain sensitive information that could affect the other person.