I just read an interesting article saying that Germany may be the first to pass a law making it illegal for prospective employers to spy on applicants' private postings on Facebook. Do you think this type of law could ever be passed in Canada?
I never understood the fascination to this Facebook application… a game called Farmville. Certain members of my family play it and some of my co-workers indulge in it. Most of the Facebook status updates or newsfeeds I see over my network involve someone looking for something or finding something in Farmville, and would like to share it with me. For example, "Christina was farming when she found a Wandering Stallion! Christina wants her friends to help the Wandering Stallion by giving him shelter for the night".
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