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Note: Due to a technical issue our blog post for last Friday's weekly HR Examiner did not publish. In case you missed it, we have a five-part series on information privacy. -ed

HR Examiner Weekly Edition v 3.12 March 23, 2012


Information Privacy 1 - BaselineInformation Privacy 1: Baseline
“We have this illusion that each of these bits of information is separate, that the companies collecting the information don’t share it. So we are the only ones who really have the whole picture about what our lives are like.”.
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Informational Privacy 2: Online Data & Social Media Information Privacy 2: Online Data & Social Media
When the website or online service is free, chances are the product being sold is you. The most common tracking is done to better target ads to you or sell this info to others in aggregate form for the same purpose. Information is also collected to improve the websites or online services you use.
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Information Privacy 3: What Are Your Privacy Rights?Information Privacy 3: What Are Your Privacy Rights?
Private does not mean that people can’t ever find out. Like any secret, the minute you tell it to someone who doesn’t have any requirement to keep it confidential, it’s not secret anymore. So even though the law recognizes general categories of “private information,” if you disclose it, it’s not private anymore.
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Information Privacy 4: New Laws and Issues Information Privacy 4: New Laws and Issues
While the White House Report declares: “Never has privacy been more important than today”, Wired Magazine reports the US Government is building a giant spy center. The “Utah Data Center” is purportedly designed to intercept and collect every digital communication.
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Information Privacy 5: Futures and Issues Information Privacy 5: Futures and Issues
Just like Target was able to “know” that a customer was pregnant, HR will be able to put 2 and 2 together on a variety of subjects. Large scale data mining will begin to show near– magical correlations between conditions and productivity.
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