Response Outline

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Response Outline Group Privacy 1. Introduction [Nick Johnson] a. Attention getter: By raise of hands, how many of you are looking for a job upon graduation? How many of you own a facebook account? “How would you feel if you applied for a job and were denied that opportunity because the employer found a revealing photo on your facebook account?“ from Opponent’s outline b. Employers should be allowed to access and utilize information not specifically volunteered by employees or prospective employees c. Preview i. A review of the debate ii. Other sides weaknesses iii. Our strengths 2. Body a. Review of the debate [Scott Mettler] i. Defined 1. Access 2. Utilize; we agreed
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ii. Our Claims 1. Rights of employer and employee should be preserved a. What exactly are your rights when it comes to privacy? 2. Employers try to keep their employees on task by documenting their internet use a. This allows employees the opportunity to be more productive and earn higher wages 3. Employers will use any information within their means to narrow prospective candidates a. The key to unlocking your “personal” facebook page is your name. Often times your facebook page will be the first link on a simple google search. If you don’t want this information distributed widely, either censor your facebook page or don’t tell anyone your name. 4. We concluded that any information that an employer can legally acquire can be utilized in the occurrence of hiring or firing an employee iii. Their claims 1. Private Ballot
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a. “One of these counterproductive, special-interest initiatives is the “card check,” which would deprive workers of the ability to vote privately in
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This note was uploaded on 03/15/2009 for the course COMM 114 taught by Professor Mark during the Winter '09 term at Oregon State.

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