Originally posted by jazzguy
what gets me is.....
those 60 people who monitor social media, how can they sleep at night knowing that they are doing this?
i wouldnt do a job like that for a million dollars. its just immoral. you have to be tapped in the head
also...i used to have telstra as a service provider before I changed.. they were awful
edit on 16-4-2012 by jazzguy because: (no reason
To the OP? Why care at all? Privacy is a thing of the past. Drive a car and you're getting photos of you done at near every cross street in urban
areas. Walk into any business and you're on CCTV for security, which can be seized for use by essentially any authority.
Every time you go to the movies you are spied on as a statistic.
Your TV viewing habits are monitored by your provider and the networks so the popular shows keep being made and the ones that aren't watched die, as
well as allowing commercial vendors to have demographic data to target certain audiences with specific demographic tailored products.
Anywhere you go online, attempts are being made to log your activity, especially social networking sites.
Belong to and participating with a social networking site is an open door to essentially anyone and everyone.
There's no point in getting sore about just one more pair of eyes on you when there's already hundreds, if not thousands of different interests poking
So what if yet another company with yet another set of eyes gets intot he spy business?
As to the above? I'm mercenary. If I've the skill set for job, and the pay and benefits are good, especially if there's job security and advancement
opportunity, I'd be more than happy to do the job.
It's a job.
If you work a corporate job, you can bet the IT department, if they're actually doing their job is watching you, spying on you, filtering and
collecting data regarding performance, attendance, who you call on the company phone and for how long, and anything else that goes into your
performance report personal record for when it comes quarterly review which may or may not be transparent depending on who you work for.
It's metrics, and most real jobs collect these metrics on their employees.
Doing it on the customer/client too?
It's a job.
I'd do it.
show me the money.
edit on 16-4-2012 by Druscilla because: (no reason given)