The state Senate plans to renew its attempt to deliver social media privacy protections for students and employment candidates in Massachusetts. Sponsored by Assistant Majority Leader Sen. Cynthia Stone Creem, the bill would prohibit public and private educational institutions and employers from requiring that students or prospective workers disclose their social media account information. According to Creem, the bill includes exemptions for schools to deal with potential incidents or investigations tied to social network accounts. It also makes exceptions for employers, which may require social media access. If the legislation clears the Senate, it would move on to the House. Informal sessions run through December and formal sessions are scheduled to resume in January and run through July of 2016.