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Social Media Password Privacy in Michigan
Posted on 30 Jan 2013 by John Holmquist

Effective January 1, 2013, the Internet Privacy Protection Act went into effect. The law prohibits employers from requiring employees or applicants to grant access to; to allow observation of; or to disclose information that allows access to personal... Read More

Are Employers Really Asking for Social Media Logins and Passwords? [Survey]
Posted on 11 Mar 2013 by Jon Hyman

Last month, I discussed the recently introduced Ohio Senate Bill 45 , which would prohibit employers "from requiring an applicant or employee to provide access to private electronic accounts of the applicant or employee." As I've earlier... Read More

  • Blog Post: Social Media Password Privacy in Michigan

    Effective January 1, 2013, the Internet Privacy Protection Act went into effect. The law prohibits employers from requiring employees or applicants to grant access to; to allow observation of; or to disclose information that allows access to personal internet accounts. The law does not prevent an...
  • Blog Post: Are Employers Really Asking for Social Media Logins and Passwords? [Survey]

    Last month, I discussed the recently introduced Ohio Senate Bill 45 , which would prohibit employers "from requiring an applicant or employee to provide access to private electronic accounts of the applicant or employee." As I've earlier noted, this bill has many problems . One of its...