Show this to anyone who tells you that their online information is safe.
Facebook owns the photos you put there, so if it ever gets replaced by a newer online social networking service, (like what happened to MySpace) they could turn into a stock photo database, with your photos available for use by ad designers. How would you like it if your sexy pose photo ended up on a billboard, advertising a sex shop? Oh, without your permission or any compensation to boot!
Hackers getting their hands on gamer logins. “Your data is safe and encrypted” they said. Even so, some of the largest, most trusted companies have failed to protect the personal information of their customers. Whether it’s your password, or email address, this leads to more and more info digging, and capable bots will surely find a way to figure out how to put their hands onto your account or money. Especially if you use the same password for your bank account as you do for, say, online gaming. Services like PSN, Blizzard and Origin had an unpleasant adventure with scammers who used the emails they’ve acquired to send fake verification messages, to acquire more info.