Sunday, March 24th, 2019 (No comments yet
This is so wrong, I barely know what to say. I sure hope this trend doesn't start to catch on, because a lot of people would give up the information when they're pressured instead of doing the right thing and refusing.
"Please list any and all, current personal or business websites, web pages or memberships on any Internet-based chat rooms, social clubs or forums, to include, but not limited to: Facebook, Google, Yahoo, YouTube.com, MySpace, etc." the form reads. But Bozeman isn't simply interested in finding out where to look for potentially embarrassing personal details; the city wants full disclosure, since the form demands username and password information for each.
This is way worse than all those sickening social networking sites asking for your e-mail address password.
Here is the contact information for the relevant people in the city
if you want to ask them why they thought this would be a good idea.
And just in case someone were to change the form, here's a copy of the original found on their website:
This is for real... they actually expect you to give up your account details!
, Data Brokering
, Job Application
, Password Mugging