In case you didn’t know… using Facebook
at your place of employment could get you a spot on the unemployment line!!
A Georgia mom is in the news today after she was fired from her job for posting a statement on her wall about her sick daughter.
Whether you wanna believe or not, there are many employers that closely monitor computer use these days and unfortunately for Misty Roberson, her employer was one of them.
[READ: Fact or Fiction? 15 Things Black Girls Do on Facebook… ]
Two weeks after posting an update to friends and family about her daughter’s illness, her company fired her for it.? Stating the Facebook post about her sick daughter violated their social media policy. *sigh*
Details + video below… Continue Reading…
In classic “Facebook Fail” news…
Meet 18-year-old Jacob Cox-Brown of Astoria, Oregon.? Cox-Brown posed for the mugshot above after he was arrested for drunk driving.
Crazy thing is… he probably woulda got away with it if his love of Facebook hadn’t have interfered! The teen was located after he boasted about driving drunk on Facebook.
When will you people learn that it’s not appropriate to announce your crimes on Facebook and/or Twitter? *sigh*
[FLASHBACK: Facebook Fail! And Her Name Ain’t ‘Mari Juana’ (PHOTO)]
Full story about Cox-Brown’s Facebook DUI arrest below… Continue Reading…
A social media user by the name of Nolan Daniels
posted the photo above on his Facebook page proclaiming to be one of the winners of last week’s huge Powerball jackpot.
[READ: Mugshot Mania – Reason #48976 Why You Should Double, Triple, QUADRUPLE Check Your Lotto Tickets…]
Daniels’ page is private, however the photo above was posted as “public” along with the following caption:
Newsflash boys & girls…
Nolan Daniels is NOT one of the winers of that $588 million powerball jackpot and while the photo posted shows a lottery ticket with the correct jackpot numbers, the entire situation has been determined to be a hoax. Continue Reading…
The heartbroken parents of a 17-year old college student seeks answers from a Georgia university after they learned about their daughter?s on-campus death through Facebook.
The body of nursing student Jasmine Benjamin was discovered earlier this month on a couch in her dorm?s common room at Valdosta State University.
Atlanta police said she had been dead for at least 12 hours and originally thought the teen had died of natural causes, but it was soon determined that the bright young student had been murdered. Continue Reading…
Yuuup… you read right.
Facebook is credited with connecting almost a billion people online and probably unfairly credited with breaking up many a marriage.
[READ: Should There Be A Rulebook for Facebook Relationships?]
The popular social networking site is in the news today after admitting that there are over 83 MILLION fake accounts in their database!
Details… Continue Reading…