And if you don't have a facebook page? What then? You can't get a job unless you have one? I don't consider myself a violent person, but if I was denied a job because I did not have a facebook page, I would murder the person in charge of that decision. I'm sorry but at this point I'm beginning to think the best thing is to just remove these people from the planet.
[citation][nom]technicalbass[/nom]And if you don't have a facebook page? What then? You can't get a job unless you have one? I don't consider myself a violent person, but if I was denied a job because I did not have a facebook page, I would murder the person in charge of that decision. I'm sorry but at this point I'm beginning to think the best thing is to just remove these people from the planet.[/citation]
This is NOT a very wise thing to post and it can be argued also not a very moral thing to think.
This person's comment illustrates very well the problem with a lawless society and a lack of personal rights and freedom. When people lose faith in the law and do not feel like their personal rights and freedoms are respected, they WILL begin to feel pressured to take care of their own problems their own way.
That is a fact of human nature.
Beware the slip into anarchy, people. This is how it starts. First the powers that be stop protecting the little folks from the sharks in the world, then the little folks start biting back. Then there is total chaos like what is happening in mexico with the illicit drug trade.
This can't be real. You have a certain expectation of privacy, even through the hiring process. Hell, if it is real, tell them you don't have a Facebook account. Not everyone has one; i know several people that would never get a Facebook account. Then, lockup your account with the strictest privacy settings available, put your new boss -- and any other people you work with -- on your blocked list and you're good.
[citation][nom]memadmax[/nom]"I hope this passes"....WTF? Can you read???[/citation]
Can you? Moron.
We WANT this bill to pass to block the ability for current or prospective employers from requiring that you hand over any login/password information for any electronic accounts (that is, any that aren't directly related to your job responsibilities if you're currently employed).
If you are asked during an interview to fork over your log-in information, all you have to say is that you will do so without hesitation, right after the interviewer(s) provide you with their information so that you can look at their info first so that you may assess the risk of giving them access to your account, and to see if they are worth your talent and time. Of course, if you're on the hook for your dream job and you have nothing to hide, you might want to reconsider my suggestion, but if it's just a 'job', then don't compromise your dignity...
facebook just added up the losses they incurred for not being able to charge employers for this data they sell to the governments and advertisers as well as other organizations. zuckerberg is crying like lars is that he can't have a gold water fountain statue of himself playing air guitar in his garden also. poor poor zuckerberg crying and wringing his hands that he lost out on being a billionaire with those profits employers are supposed to purchase rights to user information databases.