Bill would prohibit employers from demanding applicants' social media information
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Since: Aug 08
#1 Apr 2, 2012
I would think that insisting upon passwords would be unconstitutional and considered an invasion of privacy. If they want to do a criminal background check fine but stay the hell out of my personal life, home, personal computer, and bedroom. If the employer cannot legally go into my postal mailbox he or she shouldn't have the right to go into my inbox either. If they fired me over this they'd be talking to my lawyer. I would sue if I could and notify Facebook and suggest they sue the employer as well. I'm a bitch like that!
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