In college, Facebook was the place you shared everything -- complaints about classes, your ever-changing relationship status, pictures from your 21st birthday.
But you've got a real job now. It's time to take down those photos from Spring Break 2006, before your boss finds them and discovers that "keg stand expert" was one talent you didn't list on your resume.
If you've got a lot of information on your profile, it can be hard to weed out inappropriate content, especially if it's posted by your friends.
Try out Reppler, a free service that scans your profile and flags NSFW content and security risks.
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The service also shows you what images and information you've posted recently, posts on your wall by friends, recent trends on your wall, when you typically visit and use the site and the tone of your Facebook Wall posts.
I ran my profile and came out pretty good -- no major security risks. The service flagged four posts it deemed "inappropriate" because I mentioned alcohol. Since I'm over 21 and cover nightlife, this seems kind of harsh, but it's good info to have.
One thing Reppler won't do is flag any posts with shortened links from Twitter, unless you've put something inappropriate in the description. So don't drink and tweet -- you'll only regret it the next morning.