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This law prevents companies from asking for passwords just because everyone else is doing it, so that company should do it also. If the company gets any government contracts, you can bet they will stop asking for this info.
You have to stop companies from legally being able to pry into your private life (unlike the government). Or just give them your DCF info - that's pretty harmless (and well monitored..)
Great tune in the video! My favorite sisters yet.
Amy employer who would demand social media passwords is a complete control freak! It's none of their business. They just want to have total control over everyone's personal lives.
Considering I work in the telecom/network field, anybody who asks me for my password is told that is a strict violation of network best practices and I would be unwilling to put the network at risk by sharing a password. I'd also point out that any network geek worth having wouldn't be willing to work for a company that doesn't take security seriously.
Failing that, I might do a quick password change to "FrakYou1fY0UwantMYP455word!!"
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