@stuckinarut2 I had Facebook back in 2008. The grief and strife I went through with elders printing out copies of my PRIVATE account's friends list and hauling me into the back room wondering how 600 people could be Jehovah's people? The answer: they're not. They're worldly. I'm so sorry.
Once the friends purge was complete, I had some elders try to "friend" me. I ignored these requests. Within a week, an elder's daughter had given her father access to my account. My new crime? Not moderating the comments on my pictures. Some comments were suggestive. We can't have that. So I had to delete posts, pictures or updates that incited toilet humor, etc.
The last straw was when the elders showed up at my parents' place with a manila envelope with print outs of my gallery. Every. Single. Outfit. was scrutinized, criticized and deemed "unfit for a sister". The locations of the pictures were highlighted, along with the time stamps (22:13 at a bar in the city? Is that Christian? Holding a drink on a Saturday at 15:47? Should Witnesses be day-drinking? This leads to drunkenness by the evening!).
I closed my entire account down and have never had social media since.
The paranoia of being "spied on" and having every innocuous activity blown up into a "transgression that requires counselling" has burned me. I don't even comment on benign Youtube videos for fear of having my funny comment taken out of context. It's stifling.