I wonder if the reporter who write the article does not know the difference between unemployment compensation and workman's compensation.
Meanwhile, Hester chose to take unpaid leave and collect workman's compensation while she fights a legal battle with the school district.
While I don't necessarily agree with employers who ask for passwords, it may be reasonable to ask someone to log into a prospective employee's account and show it to them. What is in the account can tell a lot about the nature and the character of the person. If they refuse, that could be an indication that they have something to hide.
It would not surprise me if FaceBook violated their own policy and shared personal information about members. It would not be the first time that they did that.
Originally Posted by bogart
I don't really understand the fascination with FaceBook. It has a crappy interface and is not very intuitive, but that is just my opinion.
"It's inexcusable for scientists to torture animals; let them make their experiments on journalists and politicians." -Henrik Ibsen