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Facebook on Passwords During Job Interviews: Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell

March 27, 2012 No Comments

SOURCE: TechNewsWorld

Facebook has responded to reports of employers who insist on gaining complete access to prospective employees’ Facebook accounts. Users, the network said, shouldn’t be required to give up their logon info. Facebook warned employers that accessing a job seeker’s account under such conditions violates the network’s policies, infringes on the privacy of the user’s friends, and could expose the employer to legal risks.

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