Potential employers now asking for your Facebook password

Social media has blurred the lines between public and private for companies and their employees in the digital age. Are some organizations blurring these lines too much?

Not so fast.

A Maryland man was forced to give up his Facebook password during a job interview with the Division of Correction, and it raised a few eyebrows (what doesn’t these days?) over at the American Civil Liberties Union. Twenty-nine-year-old Robert Collins explains his situation here:

The Atlantic
senior editor Alexis Madrigal gives his opinion, and you can take a wild guess at which side he’s on:

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