CS/SB 186: Social Media Privacy
GENERAL BILL by Commerce and Tourism ; Clemens
Social Media Privacy; Prohibiting an employer from requesting or requiring access to a social media account of an employee or prospective employee; prohibiting an employer from taking retaliatory personnel action against an employee as a result of the employee’s refusal to allow access to his or her social media account; prohibiting an employer from failing or refusing to hire a prospective employee as a result of the prospective employee’s refusal to allow access to his or her social media account, etc.
Last Action: 3/11/2016 Senate - Died in Judiciary
Location: In committee/council (JU)
Bill Text: Web Page | PDF
- Commerce and Tourism (CM)
- Judiciary (JU)
- Rules (RC)
• Referred to Commerce and Tourism; Judiciary; Rules -SJ 16
• On Committee agenda-- Commerce and Tourism, 10/05/15, 4:00 pm, 110 Senate Office Building
• CS by Commerce and Tourism; YEAS 5 NAYS 1 -SJ 127
• Pending reference review under Rule 4.7(2) - (Committee Substitute)
• Now in Judiciary -SJ 127
• Introduced -SJ 16
• CS by Commerce and Tourism read 1st time -SJ 109
• Died in Judiciary
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