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Mon Feb 25 13:54:01 EST 2013
Based on my understanding of Facebook, even if you keep your page clean, there are links to your friends and references to you on there pages could negatively effect your image. I don't have a problem with candidates taking what may be an overly cautious approach. I know some folks are using name variations to avoid their site being used against them.
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On Feb 25, 2013, at 1:39 PM, Dennis Doverspike <dennisdoverspike at gmail.com> wrote:
> Facebook Trust Question? It would appear that a number of individuals who are looking for jobs or applying to graduate school are deleting their facebook profile. For example, I have a facebook jobs page, but a number of students recently have said - "I cannot join because I do not have a Facebook page." I am going to assume they did but have deleted it as they apply for jobs. So my question - do you trust a person less or have questions about them if they do not have a facebook page or it looks like they have cleaned up their internet history?
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