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May 20, 2004 11:22 pm re: re: Tracking everyone's employment status: Any legal constraints?
Joseph Urban
Thanks for the reply, Richard.
Actually, the information that would be stored would be entirely owned by the employer, not the employee. Because of my job I'm pretty knowlegable about what constitutes PII, and I'm pretty sure that the info I'm gathering is not that. But, it can be triangulated back to the individual - which concerns me.

My intent is for employers to use that data where the user is representing themselves as an employee of the company. So, the data really is owned by the company. But, it is user-specific data.

I'm still concerned about how an individual will perceive this concept. Will they care? Will privacy groups care? The proposed system does not rely upon the cooperation of the user, but they will eventually find out about it.

"Non-public" means that you cannot log into the database and run searches. Only client-companies would be able to benefit from the data - and even they will have a highly constrained point of access.

-Joe

> Richard Danielli - Net_Geek wrote:
> Joseph,
>
>As the only way to track a persons status would be to hold personal and identifiable information on the given person, I would have to say YES there are legal constraints.
>
>I'm left wondering - What is a non-public manner
>
>And as you have not explained what you intend to do with the information, I feel obliged to say, not acceptable
>
>Richard Danielli
>Founder/President,
>eSubnet
>

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