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Nebraska workers couldn’t be forced by their employers to provide access to their personal social networking … – Lincoln Journal Star

Nebraska workers couldn’t be forced by their employers to provide access to their personal social networking accounts under a measure introduced Friday by state Sen. Tyson Larson of O’Neill.

The bill (LB821), called the Workplace Privacy Act, would also prohibit managers from requiring subordinates to “friend” them on Facebook or otherwise add them to a contact list.

Employers would be barred from retaliating against workers for refusing to grant access to an account or reporting a violation of the act.

The measure would allow employees to file a civil court complaint for up to a year after any violation is discovered.

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