The Better Business Bureau has a warning for people about some Facebook "games" - like posting lists or senior pictures.
The BBB says many people don't realize the information included could give identity thieves more information about you.
"We're talking about lists that people are posting about publicly: things that were their firsts or favorites, you know? First car, first dog or favorites - like favorite TV show or favorite movie," said Danielle Kane from the Better Business Bureau.
Kane said that information could be clues to security questions or password hints for important online accounts.
The BBB also says people shouldn't post senior pictures that include a school and graduation date because that information can be misused as well.
Aside from avoiding the temptation to play along with the popular posts, the BBB suggests you also check your security settings to see what you are sharing and with whom you are sharing. If you're nervous about something you shared previously, you should change your security settings for banking and other websites.
For more information, visit the BBB's website.