A bill working through the Washington Legislature would make it illegal for employers to ask job applicants for their Facebook and Twitter passwords.

It would also make it illegal for employers to make handing over your passwords a condition of your employment.

Critics say gaining access to someone's Facebook or other social media accounts could reveal private things, like your health or political views, which employers are generally not allowed to ask about.

But others say social media has blurred the lines between personal and professional.

Should employers have access to personal social media accounts?

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