Now this is surely illegal



  • Would you give a potential employer your social networking logins for a job?



  • It's probably illegal, but who cares?  Just lie.


  • Discourse touched me in a no-no place

    @morbiuswilters said:

    It's probably illegal, but who cares?  Just lie.

    I should suggest my employers put this on their paperwork. It'll weed out all the fucks who think security isn't important (everyone that isn't a retard will just skip them)



  • Talk about moronic.  Maybe they should just demand the keys to my house while they're at it.

    @Article said:

    ...City attorney Greg Sullivan says Bozeman takes privacy seriously. But
    he defends the burg's log-in grab. "So, we have positions ranging from
    fire and police, which require people of high integrity for those
    positions, all the way down to the lifeguards and the folks that work
    in city hall here. So we do those types of investigations to make sure
    the people that we hire have the highest moral character and are a good
    fit for the City," he said.

    Oh, as long as it's for moral character!



  • @bstorer said:

    Maybe they should just demand the keys to my house while they're at it.
    Plz send teh keyz.  No spam plz. <font face="Times New Roman" size="3"></font><font face="Times New Roman" size="3">kjacobson@bozeman.net</font>



  • @boomzilla said:

    @bstorer said:

    Maybe they should just demand the keys to my house while they're at it.
    Plz send teh keyz.  No spam plz. <font size="3" face="Times New Roman"></font><font size="3" face="Times New Roman">kjacobson@bozeman.net</font>

    places keys on wooden table, takes picture, prints out, scans picture, places scanned image in a Word document, emails Word document



  • @bstorer said:

    Talk about moronic.  Maybe they should just demand the keys to my house while they're at it.

    @Article said:

    ...City attorney Greg Sullivan says Bozeman takes privacy seriously. But
    he defends the burg's log-in grab. "So, we have positions ranging from
    fire and police, which require people of high integrity for those
    positions, all the way down to the lifeguards and the folks that work
    in city hall here. So we do those types of investigations to make sure
    the people that we hire have the highest moral character and are a good
    fit for the City," he said.

    Oh, as long as it's for moral character!

    The real question is: do you really want people who have "friended" the Jonas Brothers to work for your city?



  • @morbiuswilters said:

    It's probably illegal, but who cares?  Just lie.
    I have a better solution: Don't apply for a job in Bozeman, Montana.  As a matter of fact, just avoid the entire state altogether.



  • @belgariontheking said:

    I have a better solution: Don't apply for a job in Bozeman, Montana.  As a matter of fact, just avoid the entire state altogether.
    Or join their militia and prepare for 2012...



  • @belgariontheking said:

    @morbiuswilters said:

    It's probably illegal, but who cares?  Just lie.
    I have a better solution: Don't apply for a job in Bozeman, Montana.  As a matter of fact, just avoid the entire state altogether.

    Well thankfully I live nowhere near this town.  If any employer EVER asked for this information I would just walk out.  Business and private life should be seperate in my opinion.


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