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Old 02-03-2018, 11:17 AM
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Old 02-03-2018, 11:51 AM
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Can they do this even if your FB account is set to friends only? Seems a huge invasion of privacy if so. Never understood why any private individual would have a public facebook presence. Though I suppose if you post on a public site - anyone can still see those.
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Old 02-03-2018, 12:23 PM
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its been going on for years in a less automatic way either by people snooping on open social media accounts or more often someone who has taken offence or wants someone to get in trouble over comments they've seen. I know BA sacked quite a few staff for comments way back and Virgin sacked 13 staff back in 2008 over comments on customers. The electronic thing is probably not much more than what you could get by googling names. interest or places but with no long winded human input. The main concern with any electronic system is whether it actual circumvents anything security wise i.e. passwords. I cant believe it would though being just a more efficient data gathering method.

Even before the internet I know of a company that would send out someone everyday from each of its regional offices to pick up the local paper to see if any familiar names were appearing in court or gaining notoriety in other ways.

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Old 06-03-2018, 03:59 AM
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I do think people should think about who they are trying to be online. It is okay to be a bit punchy. But why post like a character that you are not, or views that yoat you would be aghast to be associated with even in a workplace situation.

If you post that you think May is a giant twat, and where you work is likely to be offended by that, then you need to be thinking about another job.
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Can they do this even if your FB account is set to friends only? Seems a huge invasion of privacy if so. Never understood why any private individual would have a public facebook presence. Though I suppose if you post on a public site - anyone can still see those.
I wonder about these,do Facebook give access if firms pay or is it easily hackable?
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Old 06-03-2018, 02:14 PM
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Not in a million years would firms give access for coin. The fines are huge.
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Opportunity knocks though. Nice little earner for the BBS to run a program to overwrite your posts with a ‘no longer accessible’ text string in exchange for some coin to help run the site.

He says whilst considering if GDPR has any implications for the BBS.
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Old 08-03-2018, 02:25 AM
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Yep.

If you have your social media accounts set to private, you won’t really have anything to worry about. As for the legalities of your workplace doing this... I cannot see how it’s illegal. They’re just effectively looking for stuff that is already in the public domain. Obviously it’s really c*nty though.

My real interest is ‘a new computer system that scans social media’? Did they explain how this works? I mean if your name is something like Oswald Pierre Speroni-Martyn Jr, I can see how this supposed system would pick you up... but what if your name is Mark Johnson? Or David Smith? You’re not having to volunteer your social media profiles to your workplace, are you?!
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Old 08-03-2018, 03:31 AM
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Opportunity knocks though. Nice little earner for the BBS to run a program to overwrite your posts with a ‘no longer accessible’ text string in exchange for some coin to help run the site.

He says whilst considering if GDPR has any implications for the BBS.
GDPR penalties are 4% of revenue Iirc. 4% of nil is nil
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