Okay, did I skip a dimension? www.zdnet.com/blog/facebook/ho…
Can someone explain this to me? Because I think I have something crazy and stupid in my ear.
Let me get this straight, our government VOTED DOWN an amendment that states employers CANNOT demand passwords to our personal online social networks. As in, because this amendment was voted down, if I were to get a job right now and that employer states, as a condition for consideration of employment, I must give up my Youtube password, my DeviantArt password, and my Facebook and MySpace passwords and all usernames and emails associated with these accounts to that interviewer so that they can go and and well meddle in my affairs and see what religion I am, what my marital status is, who I'm dating, who my friends are, pose as me to those people and manipulate things that pretty much goes against the terms and conditions of a social network?
Did I just jump into the Twilight Zone of What the Fuckery?
Can someone tell me that this is just a flub, that maybe they just not voted on this amendment right now because someone who wrote it misspelled something or the grammar was wrong and they're just going back and rewriting it. Because something is wrong with this country if such a bill was turned down.
Excuse me, I shouldn't have to give anyone my user name and password, potential employer or not.
Can someone please just clarify what's going on here?
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