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Several states have already passed laws that prevent employers from using social network content in their hiring practices . .
Not that I don't think that ethically, that's great, but it's also utterly unenforceable. How is someone going to prove he or she was denied employment because a hiring manager or HR checked out content on Myfacetwiitter?
Because when you marry someone with children, you assume responsibility for the children?
It looks like you've confused marriage with adoption.
. I think the majority of the stolen phones are left in taxis, bar stools, bathrooms, and park benches. so they are not stolen.
Yes, the are. The "finders keepers" rule of childhood playgrounds does not apply in adult life. Someone who finds property someone left behind has a legal duty to either find the owner and return it or turn it in to the police. If the police can't find the owner, then the finder may get to keep the property.
What I can't see, are your turn signals when you have your hazard lights on.
Joke's on you--people from the East Coast don't use their turn signals!