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Illinois employers barred from asking job applicants to hand over social networking passwords

By Associated Press, Published: August 1 CHICAGO — Seeking to guard the privacy rights of the social networking generation, Illinois is making it illegal for employers to ask job applicants for passwords to their online profiles. Gov. Pat Quinn signed the law Wednesday at the Illinois Institute of Technology, where several students lamented that online snooping by bosses has caused some to lose out on jobs and forced others to temporarily deactivate their online profiles. Illinois is only the second state to have such a law on the books, and it leaves no exceptions — even for openings that require thorough background checks. Illinois...

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My Kid is being Bullied: Tips from an Orange County Personal Injury Attorney

By Krithic Annamalai Most children find it very difficult to defend themselves when dealing with bullies. Bullies are known for repeating harmful acts and not admitting to (or feeling remorse for) the pain they have inflicted on others. Children who are bullied generally suffer from anxiety, fear, withdrawal, low self-esteem and poor concentration. The most obvious types of bullying involve hurting, threatening, intimidating, maliciously teasing and taunting, etc. And Social networking being what it is today, a new phenomenon called Cyberbullying (encouraging others to reject or spreading rumors about a child through social media) is...

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