Tuesday, March 31, 2015   

Job seekers warned over data leaks
(05-29 14:22)

Jobs seekers have been warned to be wary of employment advertisements that don't identify the employer, but ask for an applicants' personal details such as identity card or passport numbers.
The privacy commissioner, Allan Chiang Yam-wang, said his office investigated 48 advertisements which had violated privacy laws by collecting the information. But none of it was misused and the issuers of the advertisements have been ordered to delete it from their records. --RTHK   
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