Wednesday, July 27, 2011

Could you pass a Facebook background check?



Interesting article how now companies can spy on their workers for having "bad" thoughts. And as most major corporations are heavily controlled by the government, this is an ideal method for the State to control political speech. The Soviet Union used such tactics to keep the populace in-line. If you had "counter revolutionary" thoughts, you could not get employment. And the State controlled all employment.



Companies have long used criminal background checks, credit reportsand even searches on Google and LinkedIn to probe the previous lives of prospective employees. Now, some companies are requiring job candidates to also pass a social media background check.


http://www.nytimes.com/2011/07/21/technology/social-media-history-becomes-a-new-job-hurdle.html?_r=2&pagewanted=all

3 comments:

  1. This is freedom...as the liberals describe it.
    We are free to be fired, dicriminated upon, and just shit-on in general, if we dont agree with their hatred.
    I love this sense of SPLC freedom. The SPLC informed me that since I am an educated, White, Iraqi Freedom veteran, I am officially the biggest threat that the United States faces today!
    I love being the evil, White Man!!!
    @RamzPaul
    I guess that you are not making fun of us for using fake names now... huh! We were right all along.

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  2. Even if you might laugh, the best way to pass a Facebook background check is to avoid having a profile there. Because this is almost impossible:)) my only advice is to be careful what you share on this social media website. That's how I passed a few background checks n.y. so this is tested...Also don't accept any friend request just to have a big number of friends because someone that does a background check can make fake ID's just to find out more about you.

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  3. Tell kikebook nothing.

    Tell me, and i'll pass it on to the authorities quicker, and cheaper!

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