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DEMOCRAT lawaker wants employers to have your Facebook password

Discussion in 'Current Events' started by Don the Radio Guy, Apr 3, 2013.

  1. Don the Radio Guy

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    Nice of the AP to bury the scumbag's affiliation at the end of the story.

    http://seattle.cbslocal.com/2013/04...employers-to-seek-workers-facebook-passwords/


     
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    Glad I live in a state that would tell anyone with such an idea to go shit in their hat.
     
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    This is why you don't put shit in your facebook and keep two accounts.
     
  4. Party Rooster

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    Ummm...you realize the bill's sponsor didn't introduce the amendment right?

    And that the original bill was actually designed to PROTECT passwords from being forced to be revealed. There's even a provision for an employee to sue if they were wronged by this action.

    And, as a side note:
    Out of the 15 sponsors of this bill, only one was a Republican (Hill). :haha7:

    And you realize the amendment was put in there at the request of business owners only to address concerns of leaking proprietary information, or possible criminal activity by the employee. Actually sounds kind of reasonable to me.
    And also, what's a Democrat lawaker? :haha7:

    So tell us Don, who told you that you should be outraged at this story? Rush? Levin? Drudge?
    :haha7: :haha7: :haha7:
     
  5. Falldog

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    Yes, they should've lead with completely irreverent information like you did.
     
  6. LiddyRules

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    I believe the proper response is "no chance of this getting passed." I also would have accepted, "Isn't it it better that representatives waste time on stuff like this?"
     
  7. Don the Radio Guy

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    I came here to see OAPC and Faildog carry water for piece of shit democrats, and wasn't disappointed.
     
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  8. Don the Radio Guy

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    Except it will be passed in Washington. You missed the democrat part.

    Nice try.
     
  9. LiddyRules

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    http://kfor.com/2013/01/02/facebook-password-laws-go-into-effect-in-6-states/

    California and Illinois? Those bastions of conservatism!

    I don't think you got the gist of my post but nice try yourself.
     
  10. Don the Radio Guy

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    I don't think it's irreverent at all. This is serious stuff.

    And it's absolutely RELEVANT.
     
  11. Don the Radio Guy

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    It's a stuck m key, you cunt.
     
  12. Falldog

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    So what you're saying is that this would be okay if a Republican proposed it. Got it.
     
  13. Party Rooster

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    Did you read the original bill proposed by the 14 Democrats and 1 Republican? It PROHIBITS employers from asking for passwords.
     
  14. Party Rooster

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    Out here in California the bill was proposed by a DEMOCRAT and signed by a DEMOCRAT governor. Nice of the Sacramento Bee to BURY the political party of the sponsor in the middle of the article.

     
  15. LiddyRules

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    Facts hurt.
     
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    It undermines key aspects of the bill. It's ripe for abuse. Imagine our warrant system if they removed the requirements of evidence and judicial oversight and it became "We received an anonymous tip so we're going to look look around your house and if we see something we think is applicable then we're going to take it."
     
  17. Don the Radio Guy

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    This isn't about the Bill. It's about the amendment, proposed by the democrat controlled committee.
     
  18. Party Rooster

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    I see that point too. I think the employer had to have more evidence of an "anonymous tip." As it stands now, they can just refer any evidence of wrong doing to the authorities anyway.

    And to quote LiddyRules, I believe the proper response is "no chance of this getting passed." I see the bill passing but the 14 Democrat and 1 Republican sponsors kicking this out of the final bill.
     
  19. Party Rooster

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    You're backpedaling now Don. You thought that the Democrat sponsor of the bill was the one who came up with this. Isn't that why you called the honorable Sen. Hobbs a "scumbag?" Otherwise you would have titled the thread "Democrat lawakerS want employers to have your Facebook password."
     
  20. Don the Radio Guy

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    Hey, look, an intelligent post making a point. And I agree with it.
     
  21. LiddyRules

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    I believe you mean, "I agree with this post. Therefore, it's intelligent."
     
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  22. Don the Radio Guy

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    Yeah I got them confused. Doesn't change the facts of the case.

    Also, since I need to spoon feed everything to you people, the entire premise of the thread is an answer to droogie's retarded "guess the party" posts. I saw the story, then saw his latest retarded post, and decided to make a thread real quick.
     
  23. Don the Radio Guy

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    Once again, you have no idea what you're talking about. Take a look at the other active thread. I disagree with Biv and AH there and said they were making intelligent points.

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  24. Party Rooster

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    Don admitting a backpedal. Awesome.
    Spoon fed us what? I'm the one who did the research on the original bill (and posted the link). You're the one who got all frothed up by what you thought was this poor "scumbag" Democrat's attempt to invade our privacy. You were so quick to post it you even spelled the title wrong. LOL.

    And besides, this is totally not applicable to a "guess the party" thread. A gun-grabbing story, yes, but a story about protecting privacy is pretty much something that Democrats (and lib-leaning organizations like the ACLU and EFF) are always advocating. And even plenty of Republicans agree too, so it's kind of one of the few things both sides of the aisle can agree on. Now go find us a gun-grabbing thread so we can tee off on radical leftists and we can all sing kumbaya. :action-sm
     
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    Don needed to fulfill his daily "Democrats are eeeeeevil" quota for the day.
     

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