I respectfully disagree with the other learned counsel in their thinking that respondent posting your information to social media cannot be proscribed in an order of protection. Such acts have indeed been proscribed - and violations of same upheld [Peo. v. Phelan, 82 A.D.3d 1279 (3d Dept 2001)]. As such, you can certainly ask for such a provision in the final order of protection - it obviously remains within the discretion of the Judge whether to grant it or not. Indeed, there's no "free speech" issue in same, as Orders of Protection routinely prohibit threats, which would otherwise constitute pure speech. You should nevertheless schedule a consult with a Rockland/Westchester Family Law attorney for a full assessment.