What Happens On Facebook Stays On Facebook

Law360, New York (June 7, 2012, 1:05 PM EDT) -- The long-standing presumption under U.S. employment law that there is virtually no protection for personal communications in the workplace is being turned on its head by a new law. This has set off a chain reaction that could transform the way U.S. businesses are required to treat such information as well as the overall employee/employer relationship involving electronic communications.

If you have been asked at one time or another by a current or prospective employer for your personal passwords to a social media or personal email...
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