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June 23rd, 2009
02:03 PM ET

Boss watching you online?

The city of Bozeman, Montana was asking people applying for city jobs to hand over their passwords to social networking sites – like Facebook and Twitter.

After the story spread online – the city backed down but the question remains: just how much privacy can you really expect online?

CNN's Alina Cho has an update on the story she first told us about a few months ago that involved two workers who got fired for what they said on Myspace.


Filed under: Controversy • Technology
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