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"I feel confident we have to start drawing the line somewhere. .. Michigan's and New Jersey's became active last month and Maryland's, in October. Most articles remain online for seven days after publication. The idea is a response to a handful of reports of employers demanding such access. It's no trivial matter of what private data could be gathered by an employee giving up a Facebook password. Richard Blumenthal (D-Connecticut) and Reps. Facebook's chest-thumping aside, the social-networking site in 2010 settled a privacy lawsuit for $9.5 million while denying it illegally breached the privacy of its users under its now-defunct Beacon program. At least three other states are mulling similar bills. "Our social-media accounts offer views into our personal lives and expose information that would be inappropriate to discuss during a job interview due to the inherent risk of creating biases in the minds of employers," Campos said. Reports of employers demanding passwords have been sporadic, and don't appear to be a common practice yet. Copyright 2018 Newsweek Media Group All Rights Reserved.IBTAbout UsAdvertise with UsMedia KitTerms of ServicePrivacy PolicyEditionsAustraliaChinaIndiaSingaporeUnited KingdomUnited States. U.S.EditionsAustralia EditionChina EditionIndia EditionSingapore EditionUnited KingdomUnited States Jan 10, 2:54 AM EST Subscribe Search Search BusinessTechnologyWorldNationalMedia & CultureMillennial MoneyEntertainmentOpinionSportsLuxury Subscribe . Error 404. This is a pretty good line to draw.". California Assemblywoman Nora Campos, a Democrat from San Jose, said when the Golden State's measure unanimously passed the California Assembly in May, that AB 1844 would protect Californians from snooping employers. "It's an issue. The federal measures, which have not been to committee, have a few loopholes. By clicking or navigating the site, you agree to allow our collection of information on and off Facebook through cookies. CBS News Logo News Latest Video US World Politics Entertainment Health MoneyWatch SciTech Crime Sports Shows CBS Evening News CBS This Morning 48 Hours 60 Minutes Sunday Morning Face The Nation Video CBSN Watch Live CBSN Originals CBSN On Assignment LIVE More In Depth Photos Mobile Radio Local Shop Alerts Log In CBSN . California's Assembly passed legislation Thursday that would forbid employers or prospective employers from demanding access to employees' personal, private online lives, such as their Facebook accounts. Police reveal theory behind sports reporter's disappearance Frigid temps move in as winter blast's death toll rises Golden Globes red carpet 2018 Top Trump adviser "escorted" out after interview, CNN says Woman dies of flesh-eating bacteria from oysters Police reveal what missing reporter told them when she was found Teacher handcuffed after speaking out about pay at meeting Oprah gives stirring speech accepting Cecil B. They do not cover students nor do they protect university or other students from their administrators. If you clicked on a headline or other link on NYTimes.com, you can report the missing page.. Delaware's measure became law in July. The same kind of information is held by Google Plus, which is part of a Google package of online services that includes e-mail, voicemail, texting, documents and even private blogs. Congress unsurprisingly couldn't muster the wherewithal to approve the Password Protection Act of 2012, so a handful of states have taken it upon themselves. Report the broken link. California and Illinois on Tuesday joined four others in becoming the union's only states barring employers from demanding that employees fork over their social-media passwords. 1851 – present. Accessing somebody's Facebook account would grant them the rights to see all of their private Facebook text messages, pictures and even Facebook e-mails. Facebook, too, said in March that it noticed an increase in complaints about employers demanding "inappropriate access" to Facebook accounts. And the Calgary Herald reported on a similar incident in Canada.. We couldn't track down the page you requested. Also, you can try using the search box above or go to our homepage. Articles back to 1851 are available through The New York Times Article Archive. "In order to continue to minimize the threat of bias and discrimination in the workplace and the hiring process, California must continue to evolve its privacy protections to keep pace with advancing technology.". . 5a02188284
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