it would seem to me that the constitutional issue is not if companies can force you to give up those logins in return for employment.
its really if a state can pass a law that says they have that right.
as to the legality of companies placing you in a situation where you either give your logins up.. is that something that has really been tested before? i dont think it has but im sure someone will correct me if im not wrong..
just as soon as people start voting for elected officials that actually are men and women of quality and substance ready to do their part as public servants rather than sit back, create sound bites and accept kickbacks.
id say its probably a bit low and also doesnt cover people like me.
the girlfriend pays for the broadcast part of the bill and we split the internet part because i dont watch cable tv. we have one converter which is in her office and i only make use is online/OTA.
because of her insistence on having the broadcast service, i cant be counted as a cord-cutter.... now think for a moment how many people are in my situation? how many kids are in households that only touch the TV for their game console and/or media center and never watch the broadcast side from their provider? there is actually a lot of them out there and none of them get counted as cord-cutters.