Can potential employers ask for my Facebook password?
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Some states prohibit employers from requiring applicants to provide social media passwords or usernames.
I'm interviewing for a new job in California, and a potential employer asked me to provide my Facebook user name and password. I don't want them in my personal account, even though it's mostly pictures of my dog and my friends. My account isn't public; I've used the available privacy settings to restrict viewers to only my Facebook friends. Can employers make me give up my password?