Here are 3 more reasons to use PC Pandora computer monitoring software to know what your kids are doing on Facebook…
Is this a FAIL for the 12-year-old girl for having a Facebook page and getting in trouble over it – or a FAIL on the part of this school that demanded her password to spy on her page?
March 10, 2012
12-year-old sues school district over Facebook profile search
A Minnesota school district is sued by a 12-year-old girl who claims that the school pressured her to give up her Facebook password. But, wait, the minimum age on Facebook is 13.
By Chris Matyszczyk, CNET
It seems that everyone in authority wants to get into your virtual underbelly.
Employers in Maryland seem to think they have the right to search potential hires’ Facebook profiles.
And now the Minnewaska school district in Minnesota stands accused of coercing a 12-year-old girl into giving up her Facebook and e-mail passwords, so that a school could spy with their little eye.
CNN reports that she was also twice punished for things she wrote on Facebook.
A lawsuit on behalf of the girl–brought in conjunction with the ACLU–declares that her First and Fourth Amendment rights were violated. Read more ›
NOTE: when you are peeved about a traffic ticket you got, don’t pretend to be the cop on Facebook…
March 14, 2012
Man pleads guilty in cyber-bullying of Clinton Township police officer
Utica man’s guilty plea gets him probation for computer crime against police officer
From Channel 4 Detroit
DETROIT – A Utica man’s anger over a traffic ticket led to a series of events that ended with him pleading guilty to charges of using the Internet to bully a Clinton Township police officer.
Jeremy Wakeman was stopped and ticketed last year by Clinton Township Police Sgt. Michael Allis for making an illegal turn.
Clinton Township Police Chief Fred Posavetz said Wakeman turned to the Internet to vent his anger. Read more ›
This is a definite FAIL on the part of the person that called 911… or is it?
March 15, 2012
Facebook joke turns serious
By Bob Dyer, Akron Beacon Journal
AKRON, Ohio — As is the case with most married couples, Heather and Jon McKenna occasionally snipe at each other. Sometimes they even enjoy it.
Heather got riled up the other night because she thought Jon, her husband of 13 years, was cleaning their coffeepot with vinegar, an odor she detests.
She signed onto her Facebook page and wrote, “I’m going to murder my stanky husband.” Read more ›