Apparently a group of children's charities have taken up the mantle of disgruntled job seekers everywhere. They're urging the government to make it illegal for employers to vet prospective employees by trawling social networking sites.
The charities, including the NSPCC, and the NCH, say that young people should be forgiven for posting inappropriate and potentially character-destroying content, and could call on our dear leaders to tighten up data protection laws. This would effectively mean firms would have to get permission from prospective employees before they search the online networks. Which is all fine an dandy, but Sneak has an even better, simpler and more effective solution, consisting of two words; limited profile! Come on kids, this wouldn’t even be an issue if you sorted out your privacy settings.
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