Oregon allows attorneys and agents to access private social media data in certain circumstances
Oregon lawyers may access publicly available information on social networking sites, can request access to non-public information if the person is not represented by counsel in the matter, and may in limited circumstances advise or supervise an agent to access non-public information under Oregon’s Covert Activity Exception (Oregon Rules of Professional Conduct 8.4(b)). See Oregon State Bar Eth. Comm. Op. 2013-189 (Feb 2013) (note there may be an issue seeing the full opinion).