In before . . .
. . . the Apple fanbois and other assorted neckbeards start up with the victim-blaming. To get out ahead of your criticisms, we don't know the nature of the required repair, so it may not have been possible for the student to remove the intimate material, and, in any case, the fact that she did not in no way implies that it was appropriate for repair shop staff to a) go rooting around on her hard drive and b) post the material to Facebook. Furthermore, the fact that she has a Facebook account in no way makes her a lesser person deserving of scorn, ridicule, or public humiliation, no matter what the commentard community may think.
Does that cover all the bases?