JACKSONVILLE, FL -- Why do you post photos on Facebook or Twitter?
Maybe because the pictures are cute, or they remind you of a fun time, or you want to share a memorable moment with friends and family.
A local lawyer says notes and photos you think are funny, could be fodder for uninvited eyes online.
"The standard is, they run to see if you come up on Facebook, if you come up on Twitter, if you come up on Linkedin or any f the other websites of social networking or business networking," attorney Michael Seelie explains.
"If you do, they review it."
He's speaking specifically about insurance companies.
Join the Good Morning Jacksonville team Wednesday morning (2/8) at 6 a.m. to hear advice from the 35-year veteran, personal injury and workman's compensation attorney when it comes to keeping insurance companies from prying into your private social networks.
"There is a lot o f measure that people can go through rather easily and investigate who you are," Seelie warns.
At the end of GMJ, you can watch the story here on this web page.
First Coast News