If you’ve ever been to a bar, you’ve likely had a bouncer check your ID to be sure you’re old enough to drink. But since IDs can be faked, some bouncers in the UK have a new screening method: they’re checking your Facebook account, too.
Today, the Assembly Consumer Affairs Committee approved a pair of bills sponsored by Assemblyman John Burzichelli and Assembly Majority Leader Lou Greenwald that would bar employers and colleges from requiring current or prospective employees or students to turn over their login information for social networking websites as a condition of employment or acceptance.
According to a recent survey from AVG Technologies, 60 percent of American parents admit to accessing their teenagers' Facebook accounts without their knowledge, and mothers are most likely to be the guilty party.
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