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Clearing Up Some Misconceptions on Social Media And Privacy
Posted on 16 Aug 2013 by Jon Hyman

“Bosses force woman to show Facebook page to prove she's not lying,” reads this headline on the venerable technology website, CNET. According to the article, the New Zealand Employment Relations Authority has required a fired flight attendant... Read More

New Law Prohibits Employers in New Jersey From Forcing Workers to Provide User Names or Passwords for Their Social Media Accounts
Posted on 24 Sep 2013 by David S. Rich

On August 28, 2013, New Jersey Governor Chris Christie signed into law a statute, Pub. L. 2013, ch. 155 , prohibiting employers in New Jersey from requiring or requesting that employees or applicants for employment provide or disclose any user name or... Read More

Clearing Up Some Misconceptions on Social Media And Privacy
Posted on 15 Aug 2013 by Doug Esten

“Bosses force woman to show Facebook page to prove she's not lying,” reads this headline on the venerable technology website, CNET. According to the article, the New Zealand Employment Relations Authority has required a fired flight attendant... Read More