doteveryone explains

Privacy: what information you show

This aspect of privacy is about how much are you comfortable with others knowing or seeing of your life: what you think and do, who you spend time with, where you go.

Consider people: friends, family, acquaintances, teammates; colleagues, bosses, employees.

Consider events: weddings, birthdays and holidays; nights out and sports matches; conferences and leaving parties.

Consider topics: morals, ethics, religion, politics, personal experiences.

Remember, just because you're thinking about all this, doesn't mean your friends and family are. Someone could share things about you – photos, attendance at events, news you told them alone – without considering whether it affects your privacy. If you see something that makes you uncomfortable, talk to them about it.

Understand more about how sharing works with our explainer, What happens when I share a photo?

Other aspects of privacy:
What you show
To who