Charles.Gerhart at lakelandgov.net
Mon Feb 25 14:50:48 EST 2013
I think Kelly raises some very important issues. Not only the issue of knowing protected class information, but the propensity toward intrusions into people's lives.
I believe that the judgment exhibited by an individual deleting their Facebook page in anticipation of applying for a position trumps someone who retains their page if there may be unflattering impressions possible from the information on it. I would not just assume anything negative from someone who doesn't have a page. In fact, from my experience of Facebook, they would get points for not having a page...
The correlation with extraversion? I didn't read the study, but other extraverts may just be out interacting with real people in the real world. Who's the real extrovert then? Interesting issue.
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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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