Living a life that’s full, posting it to Facebook, and having it come back and bite you may seem like part of the game, but for some like Nathalie Blanchard, a sanctified Facebook might be a better choice. Getting busted by your employer because of your online photos seems somehow invasive. But then, posting one’s self all over the world does seem blatantly obtuse. What are the limits of liability and feasibility for handling personal data and content? Is it proper to stalk people across the web, or does being “social” come with its pitfalls?