The national debate over whether employers have the right to demand access to their workers' social media pages heated up again this week when news surfaced that "a teacher’s aide is fighting her suspension from a Michigan school district job because she refused to give the superintendent her Facebook password," according to the San Francisco Chronicle website.
Last month, Facebook warned it could seek legal action against employers who ask job applicants to reveal their Facebook password because that violated the social network’s terms of service.
The American Civil Liberties Union says this kind of request is illegal. Connecticut Sen. Richard Blumenthal says he will fight this practice by introducing a bill.
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