If 3 high school individuals are talking to each other in a private conversation on Facebook at home about someone they dislike at school, without spreading or publicising any of their comments, and the person they are talking about finds out via somehow gaining access to one of the individual's Facebook account, are the individuals in the wrong? Are they entitled to their own personal opinions or is it considered cyber bullying? Nothing was publicised and she found out by her own methods. I think it is an invasion of privacy. This is a real case, and the principal responded by suspended the 3 individuals for 4 days. Was his decision lawfully correct?