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The Basics of Michigan's Social Media Password Law & Why It Isn't Such a Great Idea—Jason Shinn

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Published on Jan 9, 2013

Late last year, Michigan became the fourth state in the country restricting employers from asking employees for their passwords to social media sites. Though most agree this isn't a thing employers should do, save for rare instances involving workplace investigations, many have agreed with what my guest today on LXBN TV says: that "this is a solution looking for a problem." That guest is Jason Shinn of Shinn Legal and the very excellent Michigan Employment Law Advisor.

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