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 November 13, 2013  Laws, Online, Workplace, Youth & Schools

Jason Stein and Patrick Marley report:

The state would ban snooping in the Facebook accounts of job seekers and students and criminalize so-called revenge porn, under two Internet privacy bills passed by lawmakers Tuesday.

The Senate on Tuesday unanimously approved a bill to prohibit employers, landlords and colleges from pressuring job seekers, tenants or aspiring college athletes to turn over the passwords to their private social media or email accounts.

Read more on the Journal Sentinel.

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