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Today's tech connect FaceBook is fighting back the company says it's threatening legal action against employers who asked job applicants for their FaceBook user names and passwords.
Earlier on this week the Associated Press highlighted several -- where interviewers -- demanded for this information.
FaceBook responded today in a statement on its website and said the following quotes this practice undermines the privacy expectations in the security of both the user and the users' friends.
Really highlighting the popularity social media as another job seeking -- out bear but many argue that the practice not just.
Violates the privacy of the FaceBook user but also his are her friends.
Who should feel comfortable that there isn't a stranger reading.
He is our her profile.
But Charles time -- salad Facebook's latest bushel actually do anything it in the end it in to end the practice and FaceBook need not be happy with other employers.
But its own employees aren't happy with its -- there.
A new jobs survey out there by jobs website glass doors says that for the first time in four years Google tops faced cook in employee satisfaction.
Google also be bespoke in this CEO department with the Larry Page posting a higher approval rating then Facebook's.
Mark Zuckerberg perhaps.
And haven't yet as we'll see what happens after the first -- its rating Google but always been hot now what has -- been -- the coal sector coming.