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Social media privacy bill introduced in Rhode Island

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PROVIDENCE, R.I. — Employers would be prohibited from demanding access to a worker's social media accounts under legislation pending in Rhode Island General Assembly. The bill would make it illegal for an employer to require an employee or a job applicant to show them their social media accounts or provide passwords. The rule wouldn't apply if a company is investigating allegations of employee...

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