http://news.yahoo.com/s/yblog_upsho...riticizing-the-boss-on-facebook-get-you-fired This is on the Yahoo front page today. Im still trying to iron out my opinion on this. It can be looked at from so many angles. I assume that anyone on this page is computer savy enough to figure out the privacy settings but a lot of people dont, do they have a reasonable expectation of privacy? Do you set the laws based on the perceived knowledge level of the offender. On one hand I dont feel an employer has any business trolling facebook to find dirt on employees but as a manager if I found out I was being publicly slammed on FB and confirmed it Im not so sure that would be much different than printing a few hundred flyers insulting me and putting them on cars. I know of one large company that does check up on peoples facebook. I dont know exactly what they are looking for but one could verify sick employees are not posting game day pics on the day they called in. I also know about one job applicant that was going to be hired but after they read her public myspace profile they changed their mind. She had way to many party pics and her theme song was youre crazy b!tch Were they in the wrong to look? Where do you draw the line, should you draw a line? What if a boss were to fire you for not accepting their friend request?