And Then There Were 13 . . .

Since 2012, states have been passing laws restricting employers’ rights to request or require employees’ or applicants’ passwords to personal online accounts and social media accounts. Maryland and Illinois kicked off the trend which has spread to thirteen states, Wisconsin being the latest. The laws range from the Illinois law that restricts access to only social media sites to Maryland and New Jersey’s laws which broadly restrict access to personal accounts.

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