I agree with playtester, for all the reasons one can find in the news and for the sake of privacy I avoid all social media like the plague. You have your own site for which you can manage the security. Use FaceBook (LinkedIn, etc.) all you want but copy the question and your answers here. It may amuse you to know that some employers require their staff to NOT use social media. I can’t speak for businesses, but on the social scene it’s estimated that about 60% of all reasonably used accounts provide sufficient information to hack the user’s financial and email accounts: once your email account And any financial account is hacked your life is laid bare (they have full name, birthdate, family members, addresses, often identity numbers (drivers license, paper number, SSN, etc.), etc. and the same could be said for this site (maybe, you have my full name, address, email, phone number) BUT you are so small it’s not worth the effort for a few hundred/thousands of users when there are millions and billions available with the “big boys”.