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    No. I don't. It's a social network, not a professional one. Perhaps, if the job requires a security clearance, that request might be justified.
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    They should have access to social networks run on a companies servers or their cloud server.

    Those run on facebooks servers and others like them, should be off limits.
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    NO, even when you sign up for such websites they tell you DO NOT SHARE YOUR PASSWORD. If asked I would have to say I have a contractual obligation to not give it out! Surely they can respect your dedication to upholding your end of a legally binding agreement.
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    What I post on facebook is not my employers business! I tell ya it really burns my ass that everyone has their nose in everyone else's business today. What I talk or post to my chosen friends are my business not those I work for or I would add them as my friend!
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    I think they can have access to anything that you post which anyone else van view. If you post pictures of your drunken , naked misadventures in a donkey bar for the world to see, then the company should be allowed to consider your lack of judgement as a factor of employment. However posts made as just for friends and restricted ad private so be off limits.
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    I'd just tell them I don't have a Facebook account or make a second one they can have access to if it has to be done. But I feel this is going too far and a violation of privacy.
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