Washington’s governor has signed a law prohibiting employers from asking potential employees for passwords to social media accounts, the Associated Press reports. The bill was sponsored by state Sen. Steve Hobbs (D-Lake Stevens), who said he was pleased the bill passed. “Privacy shouldn’t be a thing of the past that we are forced to sacrifice every time technology moves forward,” he said. Maryland, Illinois, California, Michigan, Utah, New Mexico, Arkansas, Colorado and New Jersey have similar laws.
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