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Chevrolet showed off a 2014 Impala equipped with the next generation of its MyLink infotainment system at CES 2013.
The list of states that don't put up with employers demanding employee's social media passwords is growing -- both California and Illinois laws went into effect on the first of this year.
Samsung has denied any child workers were employed at the factory where its mobile phones are made.
AB 1844, which would prohibit employers from requiring workers to provide usernames and passwords for Facebooks, Twitter, and the like, passes the state assembly unanimously. It now heads to the state senate.
Microsoft, Facebook, Twitter, salesforce.com and Expedia are also among the top companies on the list.
Calif. Gov. Jerry Brown signs a privacy bill making it illegal for employers to demand employee usernames and passwords for social media accounts.
The Apple Maps app in iOS 6 has been an unmitigated disaster -- meanwhile Google Maps employs 7,000 people.
The Password Protection Act of 2012 would make it illegal for employers to force current or potential employees to hand over access to their social network accounts.
Hon Hai Precision says that while it generated a sizable profit during the first quarter, increased expenses for employment costs cut into an otherwise strong period.
What do you do if an employer asks to see your personal social network? We discuss with Bob Sullivan, author of the Red Tape Chronicles on MSNBC.