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Homework Help: information systems

Posted by Anonymous on Thursday, September 27, 2012 at 3:52pm.

Is it an invasion of privacy for a company to search the Web for information by and about a job applicant? Interviewers are trained not to ask an applicant for some kind of information (age, marital status, disabilities) to avoid charges of discrimination. Should there be legal restrictions on what kind of information about a candidate a company can look for on the Web?

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