3. Pictures of Your Children or Your Friends' Children Tagged With Their Names
Ok, this is a sensitive topic. We all want to protect our kids, we would lay down in front of a truck to protect them, but many of us post hundreds of name tagged pictures of our children online for the world to see. The problem is that you can never be sure that only your friends are seeing these pictures. What if your friend has their phone stolen or logs into Facebook from the library and forgets to log out?
You can't rely on the "Friends only" setting because you really never know. Assume that everything is public and don't post anything that you wouldn't want the world having access to.
If you must post pictures of your children, remove any geotag information, and avoid using their real names in the picture tag or description.
Your true friends know their names, no need to label them. Same goes for tagging pictures of your friends' kids. If in doubt leave the tag out.
I would be a hypocrite if I said I had removed all tags of my kids from Facebook. It's a long process to go back through years worth of photos, but I work on it a little bit at a time, eventually I'll have them all removed.