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Gee thanks Google! (not)
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"Google Hire could allow"

Which part of that you do not understand exactly? Even the source itself does not say they WILL do it but they sure as hell have the means to do that once they found a loophole in some privacy law and if it makes them money. Even more, they already do make money on selling search data to customers so which makes you so sure that they would not do this?

Though I agree that the sun is a joke of a publish to begin with.

Giving employers access to search history makes absolutely no sense, it would also require a complete rewrite of their terms of service.

Google do not sell data, they keep it.

They share data with third parties only if you ask them to, if a valid warrant orders them to, if they are using a third party to process the data or if you have a G Suite administrator managing your account.
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If this were real, it would never see the light of day. Google's entire business model thrives on trust. Allowing employers to see your search history, emails, etc. would be a massive betrayal of that trust and would literally see millions of people stop using google services. Without that data, google's business model takes a dive.

You guys are worried about nothing. It will never happen, and if it does, all you have to do is stop using Google's products. Problem solved. thumb.gif
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Giving employers access to search history makes absolutely no sense, it would also require a complete rewrite of their terms of service.

Google do not sell data, they keep it.

They share data with third parties only if you ask them to, if a valid warrant orders them to, if they are using a third party to process the data or if you have a G Suite administrator managing your account.

 

 

Correction: They sell ACCESS to aggregate anonymized data. The unfiltered data Google collects is too valuable to sell directly.

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Originally Posted by NihilOC View Post

Giving employers access to search history makes absolutely no sense, it would also require a complete rewrite of their terms of service.

Google do not sell data, they keep it.

They share data with third parties only if you ask them to, if a valid warrant orders them to, if they are using a third party to process the data or if you have a G Suite administrator managing your account.

Actually it makes a lot of sense.

You understood exactly what I meant by selling it.
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I don't mind. I don't look at child pornography, bully or use racism on the internet. I sometimes visit a porn site and get into verbal arguments on the net which can sometimes escalate rolleyes.gif
Besides, maybe I WILL BE that employer looking at potential employees on the internet biggrin.gif
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so hypothetically speaking, your to-be boss can buy a service and check what you have been looking for on the internet?
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But now the technology giant is working on project called Google Hire, which The Sun reports ..
Stopped reading right away.
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Stopped reading right away.

This. Way too much clickbait being posted here lately.
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You understood exactly what I meant by selling it.

No, I don't think I do.

It seemed you were suggesting Google would allow employers to view prospective employees personal data in return for a fee, but you now seem to be suggesting you meant something else?
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Actually it makes a lot of sense.

How, exactly?

A job seeking platform requires, by definition, applicants. No one is going to apply via a site where employers can see their search history.

Not to mention the sheer amount of bad PR it would generate, look at all the fuss generated just by some terrible tabloid suggesting it could happen.

You really think actually doing this would make a good basis as a business model?
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