posted on Mar, 23 2012 @ 08:26 PM
They really did bring up another good point. If you give a potential employer your password, well, that employer then has access to the accounts/info
of every friend connected to your account. So while they (the employer) might act like they want to learn a little more about you, and it's needed
for your employment(which is BS), at what point did every friend connected to your account say it was ok for an employer they've never had contact
with to search through their info?
Think about that. Your friends on facebook. If one of your friends gives a potential employer the password to their account, then your friends
potential employer can search your account, and the privacy setting won't work as you're in their friend network. So company isn't just getting
access to the persons account who is applying for the job, but access to every friend associated to that account.
That is a HUGE invasion of privacy.