Can I take my boss to court for firing me after illegally accessing my Facebook page?

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Can I take my boss to court for firing me after illegally accessing my Facebook page?

My Facebook cannot be accessed if the person searching or clicking my name is not a direct friend. This morning, when I clicked the “HOME” button to see my News feed, Facebook asked me to log in. I wondered why it would ask me that if I never logged out. I never shut down my PC and I’m always logged into Facebook. it turns out this happens when an account is phished.

Asked on February 22, 2012 under Employment Labor Law, New York

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