Public Warned Against Posting High School Senior Pictures on Social Media
In wake of COVID-19 drastically changing high school senior's final year, people have been posting their senior pictures and other information on social media in tribute to kids effected. The Better Business Bureau says doing so could open the door for scammers to get more information about you.
According to WGNO.com, the BBB warns that by putting information such as what high school and what year you graduated out on social media, scammers can begin using that information to find out more about you to hack into your online profiles and accounts.
Unfortunately, something that started out as a nice show of support could now lead to a myriad of problems.