At the very same time we were reviewing our new Privacy Policy, Congress passed theirs. Ours is for the launch of our new updated website. It preserves your right to keep your resume information private by checking a box when you register. We do NOT recommend clients keep their resume private, as it reduces a job seeker's opportunities because some premier employers prefer to search resumes first. If you do check the box, your personal information will be visible to no one. The irony is, at the same moment Congress passed a bill which allows Internet Service Providers, who have access to nearly everyone’s full Web browsing habits, and physical addresses, to not have to notify customers or ask permission to collect, share, and sell data about what you do online. Think if the media did not delve into every aspect of politicians' lives, Congress would know the value of the right to privacy?

Susan Phillips, CEO SelectLeaders
April 12, 2017

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