It is good Netiquette to make friends reasonably. Do have your own criteria for contacts.
We judge each other by the people we know. Our online contacts affect our online images. However, people with a lot of friends generally are not held accountable for the actions of their friends. People with a lot of contacts are not really friends with them. They are associates.
The status updates of your friends affect your online image. Many users judge others by their friends. Friends who post about illegal activity may damage your online image. Employees have been fired for posting inappropriate content online. It follows that having contacts who post similar material will affect your professional image. Even though it is personal.
Accept friends with caution because we are judged by the people we know.
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