person 2: No, but I was routinely facebook stalking (insert name of person you have never actually spoken to but have frequently visited his/her facebook profile)'s photos and saw pictures from it. It looked fetch.
Person 2: I'm not sure yet, I need to go home and do some Facebook Stalking first.
Person B: Oh really?
Person A: Yeah, Amber added photos from her birthday party and Jennifer was tagged in one of them. However two weeks ago Jennifer RSVPed 'attending' on the guest list for Jack's birthday party which was the same night as Amber's. Then she updated her status to: "Jennifer is going on a date tonight" but according to her relationship status, she's not single!
No, I was too busy facebook stalking.
Mike: *Looks up from ex-girlfriend's profile, whom he is facebook stalking* "Nothing."
Joe: *Sees ex-girlfriend's profile page* "Quit facebook stalking that chick and come play Xbox"
Mike: "I wasn't facebook stalking her!"
Like regular (cyber)stalking, Facebook stalking allows the stalker to secretly gather information about the stalkee but, unlike regular (cyber)stalking, Facebook Stalking is not illegal as - in this case - is the stalkee that freely and spontaneously posts information on Facebook (or online) about themselves.
Posting on Facebook (or anywhere online, for that matter) makes that information public. Should that information be password protected (i.e.: Facebook is a password protected website), un-googlable (not searchable) or made available for friends or closed friends only (if Facebook), then still public for the law is. Useless to say, everyone has the right not only to access public information but also to spread, share content, when it is public.
Facebook stalking is generally accepted by the voyeuristic victims but sometimes they complain being *stalked*. This shows either ignorance in the use of these new media platforms (and in the law) or eagerness to accuse their next of the very same evil they ask for.
In addition, being a Facebook user stalked for real or not, they cannot know it, according to strict Facebook rules which prevent them to know who visited their profile.
Guy B: And how do you know it?
Guy A: I don't: it's just my gut feeling...
Guy B: Get over it then, dude!