If you are new to the social networking world and want to get online fast, you may want to ask yourself: "Which is safer: My Space or Facebook?
" You really need to look at both websites, read up on the various news reports and studies, and even talk to others you know who have profiles up and running.
Only then will you be able to make an informed decision.
What it all comes down to when determining which social network is the safest is understanding how private your personal information really is.
The Chaser also confessed to having "embarrassing" musical tastes, such as Alexander O'Neal, which he insisted: "I never really listen to anymore."Today's episode of The Chase was a particularly eventful 60 minutes of television, with contestant Kay confessing to entering the competition just so she could buy her husband a face lift, while even Bradley Walsh was left swooning over part-time model John.
May be the guys are product of millions of years of evolution but it's always good to know how much you understand them.
Sure, you can sign up and adjust your account settings to hide your profile, but is it really private? But to Internet hackers, a private profile just means a little leg work needs to be done to find security holes.
Profile breaches have happened and will continue to occur no matter what measures social networks take.
In turn, uk has delved deep into The Sinnerman's social media history and found the results, which make for some very amusing viewing.
His photographs include this gem, from what appears to be an enthralling night out on the tiles, with Paul seen slouched onto a questionable snakeskin couch, while either pouting, sulking or both.