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Should your employer or potential employer have access to your Facebook page?


 

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Dora Isaac Weithers (MsDora) says

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    Carl Saunders (ashtonspen) 3 years ago

    Thanks for your feedback MsDora. I agree with your comment. But, I am always baffled when I hear stories about employers discovering inappropriate content on an individual's FB page. How? Are they sharing their password or friending the employer?

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    Carl Saunders (ashtonspen) 3 years ago

    Thanks for answering the question delaneyworld. I enjoyed reading your response.

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    Writerly Yours 3 years ago

    Mr. Wall, you are absolutely correct. Well said. Privacy is non-existent anymore. Settings and all , you can still be found. In addition, I am not on Facebook. I choose not to be. However, my family has put up childhood pictures!. Nothing is private.