In an attempt to help protect against data breaches, you can choose to hide your personal information by choosing to have a password that is unique to you and to use a unique email address.
But there are other ways of keeping your email and social media passwords private.
To do so, you need to be prepared for the possibility that your password might be breached.
For example, if you have an email address that is already shared on social media, you might have to create a new one.
But, you may also need to change your password every time you login to your account.
In the UK, the Government’s National Crime Agency (NCA) has launched a campaign to encourage people to use strong passwords for all online accounts, to help safeguard the personal information they store online.
The NCA has also launched a “hack it or hack it” campaign, with the aim of “encouraging users to secure their online identity, personal information and social networks”.
The campaign calls on users to take the following precautions to help ensure their online security:Use the strongest password for each social media account, which can include your full name, the first and last four characters of your email, and the password used for online banking and payment systems.
For some people, it may not be necessary to change their passwords, and can also be a good idea to make them available to a trusted third party.
But if you do decide to change passwords, it is important that you do so in a secure way, such as using an app or password manager.
And the best way to protect your online account is to make sure you have the right password for it, says Privacy International.
“Always choose a strong password, and use it with a high level of security,” says NCA’s Nadine Fidler.