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The 3@3: Lollapalooza, passwords, and race

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The 3@3: Lollapalooza, passwords, and race

Today on the 3@3, Christopher Piatt and Baba Tony Brown join Steve Edwards to discuss these news stories:

Lollapalooza has become a Chicago trademark. (Flickr/Moschell)

Steve Edwards: Lollapalooza comes to town and with it, traffic headaches, controversy and news headlines. But the music fest is one of the most popular events in American pop culture. What do you think of the mega-fest being in downtown Chicago?

Christopher Piatt: Illinois lawmakers passed a law banning employers from asking for your passwords. Does this decision change the course of social media policy in the workplace?

Baba Tony Brown: This week, a Mississippi church refused to marry a black couple (who were members of the congregation). What does this say about race relations today? Especially when church is involved?

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