A teacher's aide in Michigan was fired because she wouldn't let the school district access her Facebook profile. She posted a picture last year on her private page from her home computer of a co-worker wearing pants around the ankles and a pair of shoes. A parent who is friends with the elementary school teacher saw the pic and told school officials.

The district insisted that they look at her private Facebook page and she refused. They put her on paid administrative leave, then they suspended her and stopped paying her. There's a new law being pushed that would make it illegal for employers to require employees to turn over their social networking account info.


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