Most Facebook users have insurance of some sort, whether it be life, auto, or homeowners’ insurance. But what about Facebook insurance?
Policy holders pay £3.99 ($6.47) per month, and the policy pays up to £10,000 ($16,213.11) in professional fees and ancillary costs, including reverse search-engine optimization to make improper content hard to find, as well as up to £3,500 ($5,674.59) for reputation damage.
Allow claims that this offering is the first of its kind tailored toward individual users of social networks, while businesses have several options to choose from.
Readers: Would you consider taking out an insurance policy to protect yourself on Facebook and other social networks?