20 March, 2012, 13:53 PM
Employers demand Facebook password from job applicants
Employers are asking for Facebook passwords or requesting applicants to log into Facebook during interviews. I bet Facebook could make a ton of money selling this information.
Read more: Job applicants asked to turn over their Facebook *passwords* - NY Daily News
20 March, 2012, 17:58 PM
Ha....this begs for a service to create alter egos for people Nothing that anyone on this board can't handle...but still...put up a few Mom and Dad proof pics, friend a few people, say you don't use it much...
20 March, 2012, 20:15 PM
There you go! That's the basic NB plan. The NB special offer you get 100 Gmails, 100 Web 2.0s, a Twitter, Orkut, 1000 forum profiles and 5 spun articles.
Originally Posted by javanx3d
20 March, 2012, 21:43 PM
Basically that proves that most employers are ages away from NB's.
20 March, 2012, 21:50 PM
20 March, 2012, 22:45 PM
This has been a topic a while ago, it's hard to believe it's still happening.
Originally Posted by bogart
The scariest thing is that people consider it a normal practice, some companies have way to much power. People are just following the herd like sheep.
What's the next step, a live cam in employees homes?
This is a bad development.
22 March, 2012, 18:57 PM
The thing with Facebook is they back-up everything even if you delete it. At anytime they could change their privacy settings and all your deleted photos are restored to your timeline. Haha.
24 March, 2012, 01:59 AM
25 March, 2012, 04:42 AM
Facebook has just announced it a violation of it's TOS to share or solicit a Facebook password.
3 April, 2012, 06:36 AM
Teacher's aide just fired today for refusing to give administrators access to here Facebook account.
You'd figure with all the recent publicity that people would back off asking to access Facebook accounts of employees.
Teacher's aide says 'no access' to her Facebook; now legal battle with school - wsbt.com
University of Notre Dame labor law professor Barbara Frick said the school didn’t break any laws by asking for Hester’s Facebook information.
Right now there are no state or federal laws protecting social media privacy in the workplace, Frick said.
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