If you don't use facebook, you're clearly antisocial and should be taken to a professional before you snap at how disgusting human social interaction really is.
If you use facebook, clearly you're depressed and need happy happy pills at the cost of $15000 a bottle that do nothing at all anyway.
This is a perfect trap, somebody is going to get richer than ever before writing books and pushing pills to fix these problems.
I'm already documented antisocial, though really it has to do with comfort zone- I won't talk unless I am comfortable talking in that environment, so my facebook is purely for keeping tabs on people that I don't like. Somehow, that alone is bad enough to get a shrink to put tags on me and try to sell me pills that are documented to cause the very things they are designed to treat.
Needless to say as soon as I turned 18 and could make my own decisions regarding that kind of thing, ALL of that stopped. I'm better off now than I ever was relying on professional attention, and I'm even riding out the most stressful times I've ever had in my life. Doesn't that kind of thing point finger at the shrinks and say "What exactly was it you were doing for me?"
And besides, I flat out will not work for a company that tries to snoop my facebook. Not that it matters, the only thing they'd see is attempts to advertise my one man corporation (LLC) that failed spectacularly because unless you're a social butterfly on facebook nobody cares what you have to say there anyway. If anything I should use that lurking account to keep tabs on the HR department's activities, because they'd probably be scratching their head over why I would be so inactive on it.
Oh yeah and icing on the cake- human social behavior is so deceptively simple, that I have not one but TWO artificial intelligences on my chatroom that are capable of passing the turing test. Their entire knowledge is based on observing the way we talk and imitating it, rearranging the words in an attempt to make sense. More often than not the result is as readable as a broken translation, and people can actually hold a conversation with them not realizing that it's not a human they're talking to.