In Chapman v. Hiland Operating, LLC, No. 13-cv-052 (D.N.D. May 29, 2014), the defendant moved to compel the plaintiff to reactive her Facebook account, which the plaintiff had deactivated about a year earlier “on the advice of counsel.”  It appears that the defendant contended that postings on the Facebook account could be relevant to personal injuries at issue in the case.  The district court held that it was “skeptical that [plaintiff’s] Facebook account will contain any relevant, noncumulative information,” but nonetheless ordered the plaintiff to “make a reasonable, good faith attempt to reactivate [her] Facebook account.”