Facebook is very popular with the general public and anything popular with the general public becomes a popular platform for scammers. I have written about many Facebook scams over the years, but the latest one is particularly dangerous because it appears so innocuous. It comes up on your Facebook page under the headline “10 Concerts, but there is one act that I haven’t seen live. Which is it?” While this may appear harmless, the information you provide may tell more about you than the person who appears to be posting it. It may provide information about your approximate age and preferences in music which can then be used by a scammer to send you a phishing email tailored to appeal to your particular interests that you may trust and click on a link contained in the email that contains either keystroke logging malware that can be used to steal your identity or ransomware.
We all tend to put too much personal information on social media that can be exploited by scammers and identity thieves to our detriment. However, if you, as many people do, find this game and other similar games to be fun to play, you may want to just adjust your privacy setting to “friends only” so that you limit who gets to see your answers.