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Employer request for Facebook passwords yields legislation, investigation

After recent reports that employers were requesting Facebook passwords from job applicants, state and federal legislators quickly responded with possible legislation and a request for a federal investigation into the legalities of the practice.

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Ekaterina Schoenefeld: Fought N.Y. law that hurt nonresident attorneys

It’s easy to be taken aback by Ekaterina Schoenefeld’s modesty in the wake of her success in taking on the power and authority of the state of New York, ending what amounted to a residency requirement that discriminated against out-of-state attorneys. But the Princeton, N.J. solo seems quite content with the simple fact that she was right that the antiquated law had to go.

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