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Friday, May 11, 2012

California General Assembly and Senate Considering Prohibiting Employers From Requesting Passwords To Social Media Sites

The California Legislature is moving ahead on bills that would prohibit employers from demanding employee passwords to social media sites. The text for California Assembly Bill, A.B. 1844, is available here. The text for California Senate Bill 1349 is available here.

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