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Why AB1844 Isn't Really a License to Facebook

Posted by Tim Lam | Aug 11, 2013 | 0 Comments

In my last post, I talked about California Assembly Bill 1844 and its implications for employers and employees. While it does grant some significant protections in the field of internet privacy and employment law, it does not absolve you from what you say and do on the internet. Anything you say or do publically in the forum of social media is still accessible to your employer. Simply denying your login credentials only restricts your employer from accessing the content which you have already protected through your account settings. Because the world of social media is constantly evolving, it is impossible to provide a concrete set of personal policies in every situation. However, a few basic guidelines are advisable. I'll cover that in my next post.

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