With more than 3 million users affected in our country, Facebook's recent data breach calls for caution. This week, we give you some more tips to protect your account.
There has already been widespread communication about Facebook's data breach. Still, raising awareness remains important.
"As you know, Facebook collects the maximum amount of information about its users that it can. The company stores this information to serve us personalized ads or certain content from friends," explains Commissioner Olivier Bogaert.
You can see what information Facebook holds by going to the "Settings and Privacy" section, then "Settings" and then "Your Facebook Information". Under "Settings" you will find "Privacy" with different sections. Here you can change certain information that can be viewed and shared. "In addition, you must give a phone number to Facebook to activate two-step verification, which will increase the security of your profile and limit access to just you."
Source: Federal Police