Source: Tech Crunch
quote: people should just refuse to work for the companies that demand such levels of intrusiveness
quote: it's easily allowing them to filter out drunkards, addicts, sexual perverts and other unwanted folk. If you're clean, not dumb, and have moral integrity
quote: I dont disagree with the logic, but lets say you were a drunk addict perv looking for a job. Would you seriously put that stuff on your facebook page? Of course not. The page would be clean, so nothing would be accomplished.
quote: Those who would give up Essential Liberty to purchase a little Temporary Safety, deserve neither Liberty nor Safety.
quote: no business should have any say over what you do when you're not working for them.
quote: It's a douchebag practice and, realistically, people should just refuse to work for the companies that demand such levels of intrusiveness.
quote: And in 10 years when Facebook doesn't exist anymore,
quote: Now employers all around the world will know that "freedom of speech" doesn't include what employees say on Facebook, and if it excludes Facebook, then other similar forums would also be excluded as well.
quote: Right after you let me review all your financial information to make sure this business is run ethically, and not doing anything illegal that might compromise my values.
quote: H.R. 3309 would also limit the FCC’s ability to impose conditions, or to accept commitments from transacting parties, as part of its review of transfers of licenses and other assets. These restrictions would harm the Federal Government’s ability to promote the most effective competitive outcome in any given transaction involving communications firms. H.R. 3309 would limit the ability of the FCC and the Justice Department to work together on telecommunications matters to protect consumers, promote competition, and increase innovation to ensure access to more choices, lower rates and prices, and better products.