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7 comments to “U.S. Senators Drafting A Law To Prevent Employers From Asking For Facebook Passwords!”

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    It obviously breaks your right to privacy. It also ignores the whole work and life are seperate. But then again, you are indeed applying to THEIR company. If you do not like their rules, dress code,etc then don't apply.

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    For once I can agree with Schumer, but I do think an employer has the right to know just what you are doing on the company computer
    We all know storie of guys download porn,answeering Craigs list etc

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    I would never give it to them. Anyone who does it nuts.

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    Re: NookiesWA – Agree to a point. I will willingly agree to a background check and credit check. But it is an invasion into religion, sexual preference, race, political beliefs, family, age, private messages, etc for a company to ask for access to social media unless you have open access to your account(s). Otherwise it sets a bad precedent. Not only are you giving you password to the company but to whomever archives that password. (Yes, one can chg psswd but your info may already have been passed along to gawd knows who.) The explosion if identity theft? Because we are asked for our SS# and BD repeatedly. Having worked in IT for years, I know that most of this information is not secured.

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    People are entitled to private page privacy, imo.

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    Not a FB user, but the fireall at my former emplooyerblocke lotof site, plue they had spyware.

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    I know that if I were forced to hand over my FB password in an interview, I'd race right home and change the damn thing before they could do jack shit. Either that, ot I'd tell them that my password is none of their fucking business.