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June 18, 2022, 1:01 a.m. | /u/DJAlaskaAndrew

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Does anyone know if these companies use your data as a customer as a factor in the hiring process?

Amazon looking at purchase history and trying to run correlation with purchase histories of bad hires or other red flags based on items that suggest a particular characteristic about you (Buying a union mug for example).

Facebook digging through data to see who you associate with.

Microsoft pulling your data from Windows backups, Xbox live chat logs, or Outlook emails.

Uber …

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