Wednesday, June 15, 2011

NWO - Surveillance/ Thought Crime

How anything you've EVER said on the internet could be seen by employers as Feds approve firm that dishes dirt on applicants

  • Company keeps information on its records for SEVEN YEARS
  • Uses special software to track down applicants' online pseudonyms
  • Means social media postings will become regular part of job application process
  • Government rules company doesn't breach regulations

The Federal Trade Commission has approved a controversial firm which scours social media sites to check on job applicants.
It means anything you've ever said in public on sites including Facebook, Twitter and even Craigslist could be seen by your would-be employer.
The Washington-based commission has ruled the firm, Social Intelligence Corporation, complies with the Fair Credit Reporting Act - even though it keeps the results of its searches on file for seven years.

Dishing the dirt: Social Intelligence Corporation performs background checks by scouring job applicants' social media accounts

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Shocker: Royal Family Enforces Media Embargo Against Australia To Prevent Nazi Jokes


Still think the Royals have no power? Think again: Prince Charles orders BBC to cut Royal Wedding broadcast to ABC network in order to prevent jokes about Prince Philip being a notorious racist and Nazi sympathizer

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Next. The government wants the keys to your house and business?

Whats next???

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