[Baypiggies] Ageism rehashed
Daniel González Gasull
daniel at djansoft.com
Wed Feb 2 05:34:54 CET 2011
And I forgot to say that the main Spanish job boards ask for your Govt
ID number (DNI number, or Documento Nacional de Identidad, equivalent
to your California driver's license number or your SSN) and it's a
mandatory field. If you don't fill it, you cannot search for a job.
About being tracked online, search for "tor project". If you are Bin
Laden the Government will sure track you anyway even with Tor through
statistical analysis of the network, but otherwise you're safe.
Interesting thread, indeed.
On Tue, Feb 1, 2011 at 8:16 PM, Venkatraman S <venkat83 at gmail.com> wrote:
> 2011/2/2 Daniel González Gasull <daniel at djansoft.com>
>> By the way, where I come from (Spain) almost everybody writes the date
>> of birth and also usually their married status in their resume. I was
>> actually pleasantly surprised when I realized nobody in the US does
>> that and is actually forbidden to ask that information in a job
> Same is the case in India. Almost every applicant is supposed to furnish
> his/hers complete personal details. But most Indians, do not care much about
> I have a personal way of putting things when people talk about security on
> the Net :
> The very 'aspect' of 'security' vanishes once you get online. You can
> 'always' be tracked.(scary!)
> Same is the case in any country. All your personal details are anwayz with
> the Govt.
> Hence, sometimes the Indian's way is nice, because you do not care about it
> and hence
> avoid the headache. You will be surprised how Indians do not care much about
> Privacy - both
> on the Net and the off of it. Only things that are personal are the bank
> I think this has more to do with societal structures. I find my American
> supporting personal privacy very much, which is almost non-existant in other
> societal structures. This has got to do with 'culture', and hence
> recruiters(and others)
> *should* respect it.
> Thanks for the great discussion :)
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