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       yes, it's due to the privacy laws.

On Tue, Oct 16, 2012 at 8:12 PM, rost52 <> wrote:

I attended last week a seminar on the the legal situation with social
networks. The presenting US lawyer mentioned that even in the US asking for
FB passwords is illegal.

On 16.10.2012 22:59, Jay Lozier wrote:

  Anyone asking for my Facebook password in a job interview is
out of luck; I do not know it because I use a password manager and each
password I use is generated per account

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