The JEP has learned that the girl’s employers saw the posting, which was said to contain ‘disparaging remarks’ and asked her to leave.
The Island’s Data Protection Commissioner is now advising people to take care when posting comment and information on sites such as Facebook.
Emma Martins said that her office had received two complaints – not from the targets of online abuse but employees upset that their bosses have used information about them gleaned from the internet.
She added that some people are not getting jobs because of what potential employers have accessed.
• See Monday’s JEP for full story.