The New York Times ran an article on March 10 that’s been getting a lot of attention on Facebook. I just saw it yesterday or I’d have written this sooner. https://www.nytimes.com/2019/03/10/us/politics/social-security-disability-trump-facebook.html
The article reported that some members of Congress support a plan in which the Facebook accounts of Social Security Disability Income recipients are monitored for photos showing them engaged in activities that they allegedly should not be able to do if they are indeed disabled. For me, that would mean my bike trip photos would be used against me. That is, if I qualified for SSDI, and that’s another matter altogether https://blogs.psychcentral.com/hidden-disabilities/2018/02/going-on-disability-what-that-does-and-doesnt-mean/.