With the news that 6.5 million LinkedIn passwords were recently leaked and the fact that internet security breaches are commonplace, the simple answer is YES. However, simply changing your password doesn’t solve the underlying problem without an increase in the password complexity and frequency of password changes. Yes, this means we all have to remember more complex passwords and change them more frequently but in the long run more secure passwords will keep your confidential information secure.
In response to the technological advances we have seen in the past decade, many divorce attorneys are becoming more computer and internet savvy. A request for a download of your Facebook profile is a fairly standard requirement. Facebook has updated its programming to enable you to download a complete history of your Facebook profile in a few simple steps. Keep in mind that the download may include deleted messages and information that you may not want to be publicly available, so please make every effort to secure the download.
To download your Facebook profile:
- Login to your Facebook account.
- Click on the Account dropdown menu and select the Account Settings option.
- From the “General Account Settings” page, select the Download a Copy link to initiate the download.
- Click on the Start My Archive button.
At this point, you’ll be presented with a message box explaining that it will take a little while for Facebook to gather all your photos, wall posts, messages and other information and to expect an email with a download link once it has been completed.
If you’re looking for a divorce attorney that can quickly adjust to new technology and make use of all new options to your benefit, contact the Ramos Law Group, PLLC or visit us on the web at www.ramosfamilylaw.com.
Disclaimer: The material obtained from this site is not intended to be legal advice. Please consult an attorney for advice regarding your own legal situation.