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Mar 25th, 2012 at 1:03pm

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Facebook and institutions the first have warned business employers against requesting Twitter passwords while screening process work applicants, a questionable practice that emphasizes the blurring change involving individual plus expert lives your era of social networking. 
The practice has got reportedly grown much more commonplace as providers more and more regard user profiles - or unpleasant pictures from untamed nights out * as windows in to a potential employee's personality. 
On Friday, Fb Inc's Chief Privacy Specialist, Erin Egan, posted a note notice that the social networking corporation could "initiate legal action" versus employers that need Facebook passwords. 
As well, lawmakers in many suggests and in Washington explained they'd introduce charges to prohibit providers from vetting employees simply by demanding entry to individual accounts.
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