Employers hiring facebook users
Thank you, demyG26, for making this debate, I accept this debate and wish you luck.
I think Pro may have a difficult argument to make with several issues that need to be addressed
It seems clear to me that if one gives their employer rights to view their Facebook page that the employer may use this info as they please giving the employee a disadvantage when it come to negotiation and job security. Other than access to a larger pool of jobs, Pro will need to show what advantages his proposal will entail and how they may overcome the disadvantages of working for a big brother-like employer.
Section 4 line 8 "You will not share your password (or in the case of developers, your secret key), let anyone else access your account, or do anything else that might jeopardize the security of your account"
At first I thought you were talking about simply allowing a perspective employer to view ones Facebook page as a friend might, a way to get around privacy settings, but it is clear now given your other debate on this subject you are talking about user lever access. Facebook's TOS prohibits this.
It seems you have confused the fact that human resource departments in an effort to hire quality individuals may try and find out as much as possible about perspective employees and in doing so look one up on Facebook, with perspective employers combing through ones personal life with a fine toothed comb to a level that one would need consent.
While it is important to remember to be selective about what you post online. No company is asking for user level access to personal Facebook accounts.
Pro, you have made several claims and at this point I ask for a creditable source that backs your worries. I also ask that you make a case on why we should comply since this was your original position.
I am a maintenance worker in a factory. Yearly we are required to undergo certification, that we understand what type of information may be harmful to the company, things like trade secrets. It is not a worry about embarrassing information it a worry about competitive advantage. At no time is it require for us to give access to our personal internet activity.
demyG26 forfeited this round.
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