An Assembly committee in Jersey has approved measures that would prohibit schools and businesses from asking for your usernames and passwords to social media sites. The bills—aimed at protecting a demographic rendered vulnerable by the economy (read: young people)—now head to the full Assembly for consideration. [Philly.com]
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