Re: Employers Looking At Facebook...My Story
They have as much right as anyone else does. But this is why there are privacy settings on Facebook anyways. I don't think you should make comments (insulting comments) about the company in general or the main boss (CEO if you have it). That's about it though.
I've heard some companies even require employees to give their password so that they can check on the information on their facebook. That's just humorous to me.
Only times you shouldn't be allowed to post information about your company is if they have something secretive they don't want leaked. When I was in the Navy and working overseas we were specifically told not to comment about anything that went on in the "top secret" building. A few people did however and eventually a good friend of mine was court martialed. That' should be the only exception.