The New York Post reports on Liz’s new bill to bar employers from demanding their employees’ passwords for their personal email, Facebook, or other personal online accounts.

“Employees and job applicants shouldn’t have to cede their right to privacy as a precondition for employment, and employers that open the door to this are walking into a legal minefield,” Krueger said.

She said many job seekers justifiably fear that withholding their account passwords or log-in information could imperil their chances in an already competitive job market, while many employees fear that keeping their information private could cost them their jobs.

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