Mar 092013
 
 March 9, 2013  Laws, Online, Workplace

Matt Woolbright of Associated Press reports:

Members of the Nevada Assembly heard the case Friday for barring employers from requesting private access to most current and prospective employees’ online accounts and credit history reports.

Assemblyman David Bobzien, D-Reno, presented AB181 to the Assembly Commerce and Labor Committee in a sparsely populated hearing room. His measure aims to protect citizens from having to release personal information that is not publically shared.

Read more on Nevada Appeal. You can find the text of the bill here.

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