Take care what you share Watch over your young ones Guard against fraud
commission in a bid to spread that word more widely.
Groot said some young people were doing astoundingly naive and trusting things online.
Examples included posting pics of their new credit cards social media, close ups where their friends and strangers could read the numbers.
Hey, look at me, I’m grown-up enough to have my own credit card!
Some also posted pics of their passports with the pages open.
People were loose with addresses, let the wider world know when their birthday was, and when they were away from home.
In Britain, young social media credit card posting is such a problem credit card companies actually send new cards out with a warning begging people not to do it.
Clearly, we older humans born in ages when privacy was the norm, need to let our younger relatives know what is okay online, but like me, you may well be blindsided by such risky behaviour.
It can be hard for any one of us to know what other people get up to in their private, or in this case not-so-private lives, especially when we have taken a respectful step back to allow them their