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S.N.O.P.A. Bill Reintroduced To Protect Your Privacy Online

Social Networking Online Protection Act, or SNOPA

SNOPA would "prohibit current and potential employers for requiring a username, password or other access to online content,"


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All laws tend to have a

All laws tend to have a reserved affect of the intend outcome. Besides, do you really want to work for an employer that wants to know your personal contents? I don't have a facebook account, will they not here me then? Like Cavuto is saying in this interview, aren't there more important things these guys should be doing right now to get more people to work, instead of adding more regulations to potential employers?

It is better to look dumb and not be, than to look smart and not be.

Introduced by a New York Dem,

Introduced by a New York Dem, blew my mind they cared about privacy, but no matter.

Bill originally introduced in 2012, but died.

Southern Agrarian