Watching your social media - page 2

Just FYI, about 6 months ago I downloaded an app to show me who looks at my FB account. I discovered that a former TPAPN employee, unknown to me and supposedly living in a different state, was... Read More

  1. by   Julius Seizure
    Quote from SpankedInPittsburgh
    Ha!!! I write checks for all my bills and I don't do facebook. They are going to stuff me and put me in a museum. What could they prove off of facebook? Its all social media third party nonsense in terms of proving anything. Any post could be responded to by saying; that's an old picture, I was just kidding with my friends or some idiot got into my account
    You can say that, sure. Maybe they can't "prove" something, but do they have to? When you are in one of these programs the power balance is firmly on their side.
  2. by   SpankedInPittsburgh
    If they don't have to prove anything then this truly is a witch-hunt. I was in a group with a woman going through a bitter divorce whose husband reported her to the Board for abusing alcohol and opiates. She swears she never tested positive for anything and I believe her. I guess it is a witch-hunt. You're right Julius. The truth isn't really all that important I guess. Shame
  3. by   catsmeow1972
    It's almost like child or sexual abuse accusations. Even if the person is found to be innocent, the accusation is still out there. Except with this stuff nobody is ever found innocent.
  4. by   PixieRN1
    I was warned by my drug counselor that the "BON" routinely looks at Facebook, at least in the investigation phase. I wouldn't be surprised if they did it in monitoring.

    That was all it took for me to deactivate Facebook. Since I know that they consider "mental health" in their evaluations, I didn't want the risk of liking a questionable post or giving in to the temptation to post a vent or even something personal.

    I was just too disgusted at even the prospect.
  5. by   emergencynurse2011
    Oh I absolutely agree. I think someone switched my urine at my monthly addictionologist appointment...it came back positive, so I scheduled myself one through my monitoring program an hour later and it came back negative...as did their extra ordered hair test just to make sure I wasn't lying...even after all that evidence of my innocence, I'm coming up on 2 months of Observed urines. That line in the handbook about us having a right to dignity is pure garbage.
  6. by   Meq815
    Not exactly the same thing, but Facebook-related. Before I send in my monthly meeting log and progress report, I take a picture of it for documentation purposes. Somehow, it got posted to my fb page. A glitch in my phone, or something (I, too, am a dinosaur and not tech savvy), but devastating, nonetheless. All my s*** out there for all the world to see. I deactivated my account immediately. I can't live with that fear, along with everything else this delightful program has brought into my life.

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