The thing here is being careful on things that you click on, things that you'd post (online). Being cheerful on social media, posting too much information, more information than you probably want anyone to know about you. I know the world has turned into everyone wanting to know everything about everybody and people really bragging or posting about where they are, what they're doing. So, I always tend to tell people:
"Don't post anything online that you wouldn't want anyone to know about."
It can be used against you for many reasons, such as birth dates, dogs, kids' names. Those are common password opportunities for hackers to try to learn about you; try to hack into your account. They also can be used to against you to phish you or reach out to you, to try to gain, access to you personally to say:
"Hey, how's your daughter doing? How's your son doing? Looks like they had a birthday."
Whatever it is, try to get to know you a little bit more personally.
I always stay away from the voting and questions like that. Because again, they're just trying to prey on gathering information on you.
Have I got a story for you? My sister was on vacation in Mexico. They were posting all these photos, this wonderful vacation they had in Mexico. When they came home, their house had been robbed because everyone knew where they were. If you wanna brag about where you are, best brag after you get home.