Request Media Kit

Tag: passwords

Facebook Password Privacy Motion Blocked By House Republicans
Remember last week when news broke of shady employers requesting passwords to employees’ personal Facebook accounts? While litigation over the p...
Read More
The Employers Demanding Facebook Passwords Debate Moves To The State Level
Employers asking for prospective employees’ Facebook passwords: it’s been on everyone’s mind lately after some recent reports that t...
Read More
Employers Asking For Facebook Passwords Should Be Illegal, Says One Senator
Should it be illegal for employers to ask prospective employees for their Facebook passwords? One U.S. Senator thinks so. Senator Richard Blumenthal (...
Read More
Facebook Not Suing Over Employee Password Scandal
When Facebook came out on the side of employees and job seekers who did not want to reveal their passwords to prying employers, people cheered. The co...
Read More
Employer Facebook Password Requests To Get DOJ Investigation?
Richard Blumenthal (D-CT), who announced last week that he was drafting legislation to prohibit employers from demanding Facebook login information of...
Read More
Facebook: Employers Asking For Facebook Passwords Alarming, Distressing
It’s been a big topic in the news lately, one that particularly troubles privacy activists and your average Facebook user alike: Employers, gove...
Read More
Groupon: We Don’t Want Employees’ Facebook Passwords
We’ve reported several times about the whole ordeal with employers asking the Facebook passwords of job candidates. It’s been a hot, contr...
Read More
Employee Facebook Passwords: Another Complication
The scandal about employers asking for employee and interviewee Facebook passwords is growing fast. We talked about a few examples of this disturbing ...
Read More
Picture Passwords Let You Unlock Your Device By Drawing On A Family Photo
In a blog post published Friday, Microsoft talks about their latest technology currently in Developer Preview – and it has to do with security. ...
Read More
Facebook Troublemakers Beware: Hacking Someone’s Account Is Identity Theft
The decision against a California juvenile charged with identity theft has been affirmed by an appellate court. The identity that he was convicted of ...
Read More
The Most Used iPhone Passcodes Are Depressingly Simple
In my mind, there are only three good reasons to use a passcode lock on your smartphone. The first is obviously security – you don’t want ...
Read More
PlayStation Network Not Hacked, Says Sony
Earlier today, it was reported that just two days after initial restoration of the PSN had begun, Sony’s network may have been compromised once ...
Read More
Get the WebProNews newsletter
delivered to your inbox

Get the free daily newsletter read by decision makers

Advertise with Us

Ready to get started?

Get our media kit