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Michigan legislation aimed at prohibiting employers from asking job applicants and employees for online passwords and other account information could become law.
The business networking web site LinkedIn is confirming reports that some of its users’ passwords have been stolen and leaked on the Internet.
A bill making its way through the Michigan legislator would keep employers or schools from requiring you to reveal the password to your Facebook account.
You’ve heard of Facebook and Twitter. But soon you may be hearing about a new app called “UpTo.”
The Detroit Police Department is issuing a warning to citizens who chat on a social networking website after linking the online meeting place to recent sex assaults in the city.
‘Tis the season to make New Year’s resolutions. Sure, losing weight, quitting smoking, drinking less, saving money and spending more time with family tends to be among the top resolutions. But so is making new friends.
Of the 43 markets individually reported by comScore, 41 markets saw at least 85 percent of their respective online populations visit social networking sites in October 2011.
They ought to be downright embarrassed, Newt Gingrich, outspoken former Speaker of the House and GOP candidate told Carol Cain during a conversation in advance of a GOP debate in Metro Detroit.
The Occupy Wall Street protests are now entering their fourth week in New York City and it seems to be inspiring some Detroiters to hit the streets.