Whether by phone, tablet or computer, we are constantly in touch with social media, sharing photographs, messages and often some of our darkest secrets.
One Chattanooga lawyer feels legislation protecting employees privacy is needed.
"I would support such a bill, I believe Facebook is private and it's not like drug testing which is more of a public policy concern".
Employment attorney Scott Simmons says The National Labor Relations board have alredy released an opinion regarding employees discussing work issues online,
"If two employees are on Facebook and they are complaining together about certain work place conditions, then the employer takes disciplinary action against those employees as a result of that action, the employer has in fact committed an unfair labor practice".
Catoosa County Sheriff Gary Sisk feels people are sharing too much information that can be used against them and performs social media checks on his staff.
"We do look at peoples Facebook pages, we search for people just like you do when your trying to find friends, we look and see what's out there on the internet, we are trying to see exactly who someone is."