Setting high privacy controls and de-tagging yourself in photos may not be enough to keep potential employers from having concerns about your social media self.

Rather than trying to get around the pesky password protections of Facebook and email accounts, certain government agencies and colleges are cutting straight to the source.

Some extremely inquisitive employers are asking candidates to hand over them their email and Facebook login information when they apply for a job.

In an effort to avoid this situation, the University of North Carolina has instated a policy that forces student athletes to ‘friend’ at least one of their coaches so that they can constantly monitor what the students put on-line.

Colleges and jobs asking for Facebook and email passwords during job interviews | Mail Online.