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Discussion in 'The Okie Corral' started by Peace Warrior, Apr 3, 2012.
Looks like mixing employee's facebook accounts with employers is still not settled.
It's pathetic. I have a FB account but I would never, ever give anyone access to it. I have nothing to hide on my account nor is there anything on it that would embarrass me or offend anyone -- pretty vanilla -- and I hardly ever use it. But it's the principle of it all.
You know, this seems like something good friends would do to each other and I would think it harmless as long as she kept it on the "Friended" side of her facebook page.
As for me: Friend sends a photo of sitting on the john HOPPAH having a bowel movement and caption it, "Thinking of you."
Step 1: Claim that the only thing that is on your Facebook page is religious discussion.
Step 2: Ask them if they really want to go there.
I can't wait for some company to get their butt sued off for this. It's going to cost them millions.
Not giving Facecrook information to anyone.
(Don't have a Facecrook account!)
What facebook account?
What email account?
Anyone who actually puts their real and verifiable information out there on the internet in any "service" whether free or not......is a moron.
We recently had a long thread that got locked(can never figure out why most of the time) about interviewers asking for passwords. Shortly after that is when these articles came out, so I wasn't able to post them there.
Here are 2 recent articles the school may want to pay attention to.
Facebook telling employers not to do it:
Senate asking for a federal probe over companies asking for passwords:
I agree with you John!
Lol sorry I had too!
dont have a facebook. life's so much better without it.
Anyone else smell that?
Smells like money....
Don't know about you... If I ever got fired over such there would be a lawsuit filed immediately against the employer. No IfS, ANDS or BUTS!!!
BTW, Do they still ask women when they have their Periods? Use to.
I lost my password in a tragic boating accident.