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Becky enjoys social media, and checks Facebook frequently. When her laptop died, she started borrowing computers from friends to check Facebook during the school day. Becky always made sure to close her tabs before giving the computer back to her friend. After borrowing Robert’s computer, Becky was dismayed to discover that a private Facebook conversation between her and Danielle had been posted on Robert’s blog.What would you do if you were Becky?CorrectIncorrect
Becky develops a habit of logging out of her Facebook account when using someone else’s computer. But a few weeks later, Becky notices that she has a new “like” on her Facebook page that indicates she “likes” the Vancouver Canucks. Becky does not like the Canucks, and does not think that she pressed the like by accident. She is suspicious because this is Robert’s favourite hockey team.Correct 1 / 1PointsIncorrect / 1 Points