Is demanding an applicant's Facebook password illegal?
Inherently corrosive that there's nothing voluntary about an employer asking a job applicant for log in credentials or passwords.
It is corrosive and it unnecessarily invasive, unreasonably intrusive into personal privacy.
So there needs to be an effort to strengthen and clarify existing (obit?) in the mean time but a (parliament?) justice and the (ELC?) should be investigating these demands.
We're calling for immediate investigation by both federal agencies, the (ELC?) and the quadrant justice using existing law.
Just think about this for a minute.
By granting a perspective employer access to your Facebook password, someone interviewing you could get access to information that's not otherwise public, your religion, whether you're married or pregnant, how old you are, all the kind of things that are illegal to ask in an interview process.
So I suppose above and beyond.
Stadia announcement: All the cool games previewed
How does Samsung Note 10 stack up against Pixel 3's Night Mode?...
Blinded By The Light filmmakers talk Bruce Springsteen and Brexit
First look inside Virgin Galactic's space passenger terminal
Experiencing Star Wars: Secrets of the Empire at The VOID VR...
Why using VR to teach you to fire someone isn't completely horrible
Facebook confirms human review of Messenger audio recordings...
What to do if you get bedbugs in your Airbnb (The Daily Charge,...
Airbnb's biting issue: Bedbugs
Samsung Galaxy Book S: Rise of the phone-like laptop (The Daily...