The elderberry that gave the part last week emphasized being careful, however he just vilified the Internet in general. The jest of his part was "Internet bad and watch out for Internet little brother social media". The dingleberry this week was a totally different story; I don't know if he knows what social media is. His main point was there's lots of bad stuff you COULD see and lots of things you MIGHT regret posting. (Gotta love those weasel words)
If we were such good little witlesses, we would use our bobble headed consciences and not look at or post anything we didn't want to. But wait, that would be thinking for ourselves, damn we can't do that. The GB can't let us make up our own minds, that would relinquish control, instead they say it's all bad and you're evil for looking; there now they can sleep tonight.
They will never admit social media has its place. I don't have the time for personal accounts, but I most certainly have one's for business. Commerce is turning more electronic with every passing year (another thing they won’t admit), you can either be left in the dust or saddle up your pony; personally I'd rather ride the stallion than shovel the crap the stalls.