I’ve always wondered why people share some private information online.
If it’s private, than you should probably keep it to yourself. Also, I don’t need to know everything about your life (and I really don’t want to).
I guess I’m not the only one who thinks like that. Callum Haywood, an 18 year old british student and web developer, created the site We know what you’re doing last Monday. In the site you can see what people said on Facebook divided in 4 categories: “Who wants to get fired”, “Who’s hungover”, “Who’s taking drugs” and “Who’s got a new phone number”. For the first 3 categories, I believe any comments are unnecessary. For the last, I would just ask “Why don’t you tell people directly?”.
Yup, Big Brother is watching you. On Facebook.