Jun 042013
 June 4, 2013  Posted by  Laws, Online, Youth & Schools

Hannah Taylor reports:

Many employers request various social media sites before hiring a new employee, but should universities and colleges have those same liberties?

The Oregon House of representatives passed legislation on June 3 to protect the rights and privacy of college students. Senate Bill 344A, a bill that prevents colleges and universities from accessing private student and faculty social media pages. The House and Senate in Salem passed the bill with bipartisan support, and is now ready for a signature from the governor.

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