NJ Bill Shielding Workers' Facebooks Again Heads To Christie

Law360, New York (August 19, 2013, 6:08 PM ET) -- New Jersey lawmakers on Monday returned legislation to Gov. Chris Christie that would prohibit employers from requiring job candidates or current workers to disclose their login information for social media sites like Facebook, approving changes that the governor recommended in a conditional veto earlier this year.

Three months after the state Assembly unanimously approved the revisions, the state Senate cleared the modified bill in a 36-0 vote. Christie's employer-friendly changes removed language that allowed employees to bring civil actions over alleged violations and struck a provision...
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