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Uploaded on Feb 10, 2011

The ACLU of Maryland is calling on the Maryland Division of Corrections to rescind a blanket policy demanding personal social media passwords from corrections officers and applicants as part of the employment certification process. On January 25, 2011 the ACLU sent a letter to Public Safety Secretary Gary Maynard detailing the experience of Officer Robert Collins, who was ordered to supply his Facebook login information during a recertification jnterview -- giving the DOC access to his private electronic communications, and leaving his friends vulnerable to governmental cyber-snooping.

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