While it might appear cool for many to scribble what one will have when they reach Bali it can have a negative effect too. As was reported by zeenews.com, according to a survey of 2,000 homeowners in Britain, 35 percent advertise their vacation plans via social networking sites, while 71 percent let mail pile up or don't leave a light on while they are away. British security while researching found that many criminals scoured the social networking sites for any clues.
The most important thing a person should do if they are vacationing is leave someone in the house in their absence. If that is not an option then leave some lights on so that it might look that they are around. For over enthusiastic Facebook and Twitter users, the only advice would be to share their excitement after they come back from their vacation only.
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