TechBytes: Facebook, Smartphone Cameras

Some states make it illegal for potential employers to ask for Facebook passwords.
0:55 | 01/03/13

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Candidates -- -- its new laws -- -- -- legal for some employers to request FaceBook passwords California and Illinois -- Ban companies from asking employees or perspective employees for their social networking -- -- Michigan New Jersey Maryland and Delaware have similar laws. Apple has come up with a fix for the -- that's affecting IOS six devices. The new do not disturb feature will resume normal operations January 7 until then -- company suggested users turn the feature on or off manual it. Research in Motion aims to put an end to spy -- style photos the company has developed patented technology that would required Smartphone cameras to be held still for a few seconds before they could snap photos. And Samsung -- generating buzz about its new line MTV's the company claims the new devices will have unprecedented shape and design leading to speculation they could be vertical and transparent -- -- tech bytes from rob Nelson.

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