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At first it was just one.
So we thought as the sexually charged.
Digital messages sent by congressman Anthony Weiner kept surfacing.
The revelations forcing him to resign today I'm announcing my resignation from congress.
And so when it comes to sending photos over your phone and the Internet safe argue.
Lance ulanoff is the editor in chief of PC Madd dot com he says people need to start getting used to the idea.
The online activity leaves a trail of what he called digital.
Debris -- -- leaves it on your computer someone else's computer on far flung server.
You cannot imagine the things that you do in the digital world simply disappear and people can pull them up.
At the most inopportune moments which is really what happened to representative -- Ulanoff says never assume that anything you do online is private.
Any suggests checking your privacy settings.
You go into the case couldn't go to tweeting don't you phony can try and control you're saying even if for example on phones right now.
They'll track location to help you find stuff he don't want that you have to turn it off.
-- recommends a website called account killer.
It provides instructions to completely remove your account or public profile on most popular web sites it tells you whether or not it's hard -- easy to get offered them some of them.
Don't let you completely delete your accounts some do the best ones like you just you know basically one clicking your -- finally save your own online correspondence like your tweets and emails.
You should have a record of what you've done online because I guarantee someone else well in New York -- -- Fox News.
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