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Spanish Labour Law and Employment Relations Journal
This article posits that privacy issues arising in the United States from the use of social media and the employment relationship are similar to those that have arisen around the world. It suggests , however, that the patchwork of governing legal claims arising under different laws in different jurisdictions may be unique. After a brief introduction, the second section describes the recent passage of legislation in several states that may protect the privacy of job applicants' passwords tofatcat:i33sood7g5aybnwqsxudbo24pu