Facebook and other social media websites are where people discuss things, announce life events and talk to others, even threatening others. The postings are limited to those people someone chooses to be in the audience, so there is a semblance of privacy. However, such postings can constitute harassment and criminal threats. Therefore, can a judge order a person on probation to provide a probation officer with his or her social media passwords? Is this order going too far into areas of privacy? Click on the following link to find out.