NJ Social Media Bill Could Prompt Flurry Of Employee Suits

By Joshua Alston (March 25, 2013, 9:20 PM EDT) -- A bill before New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie not only would prevent employers from asking job candidates for their social media passwords, but would allow job seekers to sue if companies even asked them if they had such accounts, making it the strictest proposal of its kind and a potential litigation land mine for employers, experts say....

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