Watch what you post!
In a recent Chambersburg Civil Case, the Court of Common Pleas allowed a party to force an opponent to , disclose a Plaintiff’s Facebook username and password. The court said the material on social networking sites is discoverable in a civil case. The ruling determined that no social media privacy privilege exists, and that Plaintiff’s information was not protected by the Stored Communications Act.
(Largent v. Reed, Franklin County Court of Common Pleas)