Don't Ask Me to Be Your Facebook Friend--New Social Media Law in Colorado

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Employees reveal a lot of personal information on social media, which opens lively debates about whether and how employers can access that information. A new Colorado statute significantly limits employer's access by making it illegal to require employees to share passwords or change privacy settings. Employers can still ask to be friends or look at public profiles, but must do so carefully.

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Published In: Civil Rights Updates, Labor & Employment Updates, Privacy Updates, Science, Computers & Technology Updates

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