No Forced “Friends” Under Recent New Hampshire Legislation Prohibiting Employers’ Access to Employees’ Social Media Accounts

New Hampshire recently passed a law prohibiting employers from requesting the login information for an employee’s personal e-mail or social media account. The law also provides that an employer cannot demand to be connected to an employee through the employee’s personal account (i.e., demand that the employee “friend” the employer), or require the employee to

Employer Called “Fowl” on Employee’s Intimidating Facebook Posts Directed at Coworker

An Arkansas federal court┬árecently ruled that Tyson Foods, Inc. was within its rights to terminate an employee for directing intimidating Facebook posts to co-workers in violation of the Company’s directive not to contact her co-workers during an investigation. The Facebook posts appear to have been made outside of work hours and away from the Company’s