If you're a woman who wants to have a natural childbirth at home - and then document the wonderful moments on your favorite social media site with comments and photos - you might want to think twice. You could be in violation of anti-pornography policies.
If you thought that the politicians who get caught "sinning" were a dime a dozen, wait until Facebook transcribes everyone's phone calls; heck, the next super pac advertisement you see may just include most of the Tea Party doing their "thing" on social media, not knowing what was on the horizon. The next super pac ad campaign might just reveal a lot of constituents ruining their run for the big SEAT, that control-tripping position that has so much power right now. People who cheat on their spouses, people with second families and people who post anti-war, pro-abortion and pro-gun info will be exposed, as these posts, images and conversations become "WMDs" for political campaigns and even blackmail. When the mafia has info on you, watch out. The political mafia will use it against you, and maybe even in a "court of law."
Be careful what you say on the government-monitored and likely CIA-backed social media website Facebook, as it could result in federal agents and the local police showing up at your door for questioning. This is what happened to 33-year-old Blaine Cooper of Arizona recently after he posted a comment on his Facebook "wall" decrying the burgeoning American police state, and urging his friends and family to be prepared to defend their freedoms against tyrants, both foreign and domestic -- you know, the very same things America's Founding Fathers bravely stood for.
Two separate studies have emerged pointing to the conclusion that for all its popularity, Facebook is actually making people unhappy.