In Wendy Rodgers v. 7 Eleven #1551 272168 and Broadspire Services, Inc. the E/C served the Claimant with a Request to Produce seeking social media posts. The Claimant responded by saying that the request violated Claimant’s privacy. The E/C then filed a Motion to Compel Better Answers to Request to Produce and an Order was entered. Claimant never provided any of the items requested. The E/C filed the subject Motion to enforce the prior Order. The JCC GRANTED E/C’s request.