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Nov
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comment Is what someone publishes on the Internet fair game when considering them for employment as a programmer?
@Matt: I suppose the boundary between normal searching and 'stalking' could be difficult to define, but as long as the information is public and easy to find, it should be presumed that anybody, including a potential customer, could find it.
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comment Is what someone publishes on the Internet fair game when considering them for employment as a programmer?
@Matt - I have found that more and more people research the company online, and if you consider linked profiles it's pretty easy to find information without 'stalking'
Nov
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comment Is what someone publishes on the Internet fair game when considering them for employment as a programmer?
If it's a discussion about their personal choice in the matter, then everything's ok. If they're passing judgement about someone else's choice, not so much (especially if it's in an aggressive manner)
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answered Is what someone publishes on the Internet fair game when considering them for employment as a programmer?
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