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Uncontrollable Facebook Accounts

I am enjoying the discussion on Universal Hub about the intern who may or may not have posted his Halloween party picture on Facebook, after telling his supervisor he'd be out at a family emergency.

One Anonymous comment said:

“There's nothing wrong with posting that picture. The guy was stupid to post it in his profile if it is set to be "public" (or was stupid to post it at all if his boss is his "friend" in Facebook which gives the boss access to everything the guy posts). In other words, Facebook gives you the tools to filter those you want and don't want to have access to your personal submissions. Posting the picture wasn't the bad move; it was not maintaining better regulation of what you post”