When you consider the sheer volume of personal information available about us online, either voluntarily or not, it does not take a lot to paint a complete picture of an individual and what composes their life.  Social media like LinkedIn, Facebook, and Twitter are a goldmine of individual pieces of information that, when aggregated together, share far more detail than the individual ever intended.  Combined with publicly available information and the occasional data breach, your identity is ripe for the picking and can overwhelmingly convince you to fall for scams like phishing.  Spring cleaning should extend to your online presence.

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