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Bill would shield social-media passwords from prying bosses

Logging into someone else’s personal social-media account could have effects other than just for the person who owns the account, said Dave Maass, spokesman for the San Francisco-based Electronic Frontier Foundation.

“Not only is it a violation of the job-seeker’s privacy, but these practices expose personal information belonging to the person’s friends and family members who thought they were communicating privately,” he said.

Thursday, February 28, 2013
The Columbus Dispatch

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