I've got a weird Facebook situation that I haven't been able to figure out a solution to.
BG: Years ago, I was good friends with a couple, K & N. We drifted apart when DH and I moved to another part of town. K (the wife) found me on FB and friended me. We talked a bit and I found out that she and N were divorcing. I was disappointed because N was a really neat guy. K will often say really nasty things about N in her FB posts, which I tend to ignore.
I have my own website and blog. Sometimes I'll post a link to my FB profile when I write a new blog. I also have a counter on my site, so I can get an idea of how much activity my blog is getting. I happened to check the counter awhile ago and noticed a company in my town that I'd never heard of, and generally I know all the local people who check out my site. So I look up the company, and it turns out to be a very small company employed by no other than...N.
Here's the problem. The referring url on my counter was FB. My page is private. The only possible way for N to access my website via FB is if he has access to my profile. We're not FB friends, and I have a strong suspicion that he may have K's login info. I did double-check to make sure that my page is still private, and it is.
Obviously I have no real proof, although it's hard for me to come up with another plausible answer to this. Is this any of my business? There's no way it wouldn't cause a big issue if she knew/thought N had hacked her account. So, on one side I feel like I just need to stay out of it, and on the other hand I think it's wrong of me to not tell K that her account may have been compromised.
On a personal note, I always preferred N to K, so while I don't think K deserves to have her acct. hacked, I don't have all that much sympathy for her because of how she treats him (which she makes clear on FB). So this really boils down to a what's wrong and right situation.
What to do?