Once again, Facebook strikes in a family law matter.
We have informed our readers in prior blog posts about the growing relevance and importance of social networking sites and activity in many divorce disputes.
In today's high-tech world, it might be prudent to think of others -- literally, the billions of people you don't even know who constitute an undifferentiated mass on the periphery of your world -- as potential voyeurs who might conceivably gain access to your online photos, comments, downloads and other personal information.
It is a common scenario: a Facebook user receives a friend request from someone he or she has not talked to in some time, such as a high school or college classmate, or an old friend or former significant other. The two begin messaging each other, catching up and reliving old memories. For the most part, these exchanges are innocent.