In light of the recent news of employers demanding their employees' Facebook usernames and passwords, members of the House of Representatives attempted to create legislation to ban this practice (for social media generally). This article reveals the failure of these efforts, details the voting surrounding them and explains why these tough practices will likely come back and bite employers sooner rather than later.
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Privacy Update: House shoots down Facebook anti-employer access law