• Marty

    If an employee has access to the internet which will allow them to us Facebook, an employer can indeed monitor that usage, and take proper actions to stop it. . Beyond that, what an employee does in his/her home is private.
    I’m wondering why the Privacy Act of 1974 has not come into play in the cases where an employer has requested or demanded FB sign is or passwords from potential hires. As long as a new hire is aware of the policies and procedures of a company, and adheres to them by signing a legal document to that fact, no employer has the right to request said information.  

    • Scarce

      Congratulations, you write so badly that you make absolutely no sense.

      Thanks for comin’ out.