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New Law Makes Personal Social Media Accounts Off-Limits for Oregon Employers

Under current law, an Oregon employer may require employees and applicants to provide access to their personal social media accounts, but that is likely to change very soon. On May 16, 2013, Oregon Legislature passed House Bill 2654 ("HB 2654"), which would make it an unlawful employment...

Those Without Facebook Accounts Need Not Apply. Well, Maybe Not in One State.

Forcing job applicants to disclose social media logins and passwords as a condition of employment is so 2013 kinda like this crappy blog . So, the State of Oregon is this close to becoming the first state to expand its social media workplace privacy law to forbid employers from requiring their employees...