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    Quote Originally Posted by Deserama View Post
    Then how the frig would they know where they worked or who they were?

    Has me baffled. I didn't see what happened so I I don't know what I'm talking about. Still rotton what they did though, even if they did know who she was and where she worked.
    As others have said, it's unbelievably easy to figure out that stuff. People link to their FB pics from in here, bang everyone knows your full name. Some people have even more info on their FB page, their d.o.b, where they work, who their family members are, etc. For a lot of people, a full name is all you need to find out all kinds of stuff. I recently found out where an old primary school friend works just because i googled her and there was her pic and loads of info about her in her work's newsletter.

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    Oh I see. Linking to fb would probably do it *sigh*.

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    The ease of the fb connections scares me.

    I joined my dig on fb, but I created a second account with my real first name and then my user name.

    If I didn't work, then I wouldn't be as concerned. I always think what if I posted a fb photo on bh, and a client saw it and then knew everything I posted on bh, while not offensive, is personal, and separate from my work life.

    Was it the fb guy who said there's no such thing as privacy now? Scary.

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    That's why we use photo bucket people

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    This whole situation sucks I feel so sorry for the member this happened to. I don't use BH as much as most other members but am definitely going to be a lot more cautious when I post.

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    Yes but if you have an existing photo bucket account with your real name attached then it is the same thing.

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    I know that when people apply for a job many employers google a persons name, or even email addy. Surprising what you find if you do that. I also know that lawyers, solicitors, HR firms etc do the same.

    If the Hubber had ever logged in on work time, itd be in her computer log in history.

    If the employer did a thorough investigation all this stuff woul dbe easily found, especially if they ever used the work computer or wifi

    My utmost sympathy to the Hubber - it's a low act of someone did screen dump and dob, but there is every possibility that it might not be another Hubber

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    I was thinking about this just before...

    What if it isn't someone from here? Her work would have the abilty to see a full detailed of history and what has been written/threads accessed etc on any work network.

    I don't know, maybe it's just wishful thinking that someone on here didn't actually do something like that? But I would be worried that work is able to see everything done on the work computers. I mean I know there is bad stuff that can go on, like people hacking your facebook, but sending a thread to a workplace.. .

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    Wow

    So, obviously we DO have a trouble making b!tch amongst us.
    I hope you're proud whoever you are.

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