As an elected official, Jeff Flake works for you — the taxpayers.
If Jeff Flake thinks you should have to share your password with your employer, shouldn't he have to do the same?
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PROPOSED AMENDMENT TO H.R. 3309 — SEC. 5.
THAT WOULD PROTECT YOUR RIGHT TO PRIVACY ONLINE
Nothing in this Act or any amendment made by this Act shall be construed to limit or restrict the ability of the Federal Communications Commission to adopt a rule or to amend an existing rule to protect online privacy, including requirements in such rule that prohibit licensees or regulated entities from mandating that job applicants or employees disclose confidential passwords to social networking web sites.
Congress voted against these critical protections. The amendment failed, and Jeff Flake failed to protect your privacy.