So were all blogging, face booking and tweeting; right? Well, some of us partake in more than others. That's just super duper with me ~ honest. I can barely keep up with what I got let alone judge someone else.

However, I draw a big ole crater in the sand at allowing non-users to log in with your password(s) so they can snoop around, not only your friends business but your friends friends business. I mean really, just get your own right?! In the locations they are snooping I have nothing to hide but I just think it's wrong they are stalking my friends personal info and their friends.

So here's my dilemma. I have already limited certain people's access but should I go even further? Should I just call 'em out by passing the word to my friends (i.e. 'Stalker Alert')? Should I just de-friend them? What would you do?
14 Responses
  1. Debbie Y. Says:

    Some people are visciously sneaky, WOW, I hadn't even thought of that sort of thing.

    I say if you don't have anything to hide don't worry about it.

    If I write something on my blog I am very much aware that anyone can read it and take it for whatever it's worth and if they want to use it against me, they can try, but I am a very open honest person and whoever I say anything about usually knows I'm telling it in the first place or has probably already heard that I feel that way about it no matter what.

    If I were you I really wouldn't care what others think, say, or do. You have to be you and not worry about all the other junk out there in this ole world. It will make you old before your time.

  2. Diane Says:

    Hmmmm... I have to admit, I have no clue what you're talking about! :) You must be talking about Facebook or Twitter... right? I don't have/do either. I think, in general, it's a bad idea to give your password (to anything) out to anyone and I'm with you, if someone wants to snoop, let'em do it on their own account (or whatever). If it makes you uncomfortable, I'd de-friend, I think. I dunno, though, as I don't know how any of that stuff works! Sorry I can't be of more help!

  3. Kat Says:

    I am confused. You have friends borrowing your password so that they can look at stuff on facebook? Or you know someone who does?

    I don't know why they wouldn't get their own account. Or why they wouldn't want people to know they are looking.

    I am all for blocking people that you don't want to have access.

  4. robin Says:

    Wait, what?????
    Someone stole your password? Not cool, no matter who it is! Change your password.
    Sorry that you have to deal with this!

  5. I have no clue what you are talking about! I guess that's a good thing...or maybe I am just naive!

    And my word verification? suffer.

  6. I, too, am lost. Guess I'm glad I am!

    You must be talking about Face Book, huh? That's what's so scary. As long as there are humans, you cannot trust anyone.

    And yes. If I were aware of someone using another's password to snoop on someone else, I would talk to the someone else. But first I would talk with the someone else about protecting herself/himself and not writing anything he/she wouldn't want published on the front page of the local newspaper.

    Because that's what FaceBook and similar media is...front page publishing.

  7. Ann Says:

    OK now, what the heck is going on?

    Is someone using your home computer and logging in with your info. ? Not cool.

    Mystery... intrigue... I'm HOOKED! Your life is never dull. When's the next installment Blarney? ;->

  8. Karla Says:'s not cool! That's why we get to pick who is our friend on FB and that other people can't see. I had never thought of giving anyone my PW to log into my account.....I'm like the others.....why don't they just get their own account?

  9. My daughter and her friends all share logons and passwords. Then they get upset when someone logs in as another person and makes inappropriate comments. And they are surprised it gets abused too.

  10. Teri Says:

    I never, never, never share my passwords. Never.

  11. must be a Facebook thing ..... I decided that it's just one more thing to keep up with, so, I'm not a member. Now, Twitter, on the other hand, is fun!

  12. Heather Says:

    Facebook etiquette stumps me as well.

  13. OK....we're ready to hear from you again. Come out. come out. wherever you are.....

  14. I would imagine you're talking about Facebook, since all the stuff people invite you to do, involves sharing your PW with all the different applications AND FB goes through your email accnt. to get your friends & contacts. That's why I seldom use it. Hubby went nuts over it & said to not use it. No problem there.