DH and I were getting concerned about how open she is on facebook about where she works, her relationships with her estranged family members, etc... So he called her and, very gently, reminded her that nothing online is as private as you might think and she didn't really take it well. She didn't freak out or anything, but was kind of huffy and short with him and told him she knows plenty about computers.?
When she visits next week, should I offer to give her a little tutorial about the privacy settings on FB or should I just leave it alone? The thing is, she works for an organization that has a lot to do with social work and specifically dealing with finding homes for kids that have been removed from bad situations. She writes about work (though of course she is professional enough not to write specifics about the kids) and I worry that in a highly emotional job like hers, she might be the victim of the misplaced grudge of a parent or some such thing. A couple years ago she was stalked and threatened by a crazy ultra - conservative guy who wasn't happy with her work and her liberal views.?