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The following post is a guest blog from Sandra Mills, a freelance write based in Los Angeles. Below, she uses some statistics compiled from sources such as Forbes.com to warn of the dangers surrounding over-sharing on social networks, and what the real-life implications might be if the wrong people are watching.

Social Media and Crime

by Sandra Mills

Social networking might be the way to easily share tidbits of information about your life to the many people in it, but you might be sharing more than you think. Of course you are proud of everything you have accomplished. Great house, nice car and top it all off with a well-deserved vacation. But while you are sharing what you have done there is bound to be a person or two who want what you have without doing all the work. So they take what information you share about your wonderful life and start making…

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