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-- may become the first state that actually bans employers from demanding -- to what has happened over the long and information for social media sites.
I don't have any right -- to see what is on my FaceBook page my FaceBook pages very innocent and very boring.
Blocked I don't wanna share that love -- is that president and -- -- of being Latino.
Social media expert I've -- you've been up pulling your.
The viewers listeners website dwellers what do we call them these based on this -- -- I would.
-- -- most people horrified.
Yeah I didn't see anyone that felt there's over a hundred comments right now and not one person has said that it's justifiable valuation performed for.
An employer potential employer to actually ask you for your FaceBook.
Plug and from the I mean all our question that we said should it was prevented from asking apple does the social media consulates those -- you -- Eighteen full percent of you more than 84% say.
Yes a future boss should not have access to -- so personal social media can only twelve and a half percent of you think that they should.
I don't want that twelve and opposite of you thinking and why he would any employer want to do -- From background information to see that there's nothing embarrassing and arrogance yeah I think that with the digital age like a lot of players are necessarily sure.
How to accurately create you know reference checks on people in the trying to figure out new and creative ways that are giving a little more detailed information.
About people black.
This situation right here is not the correct way to -- Cassidy privacy -- you have to have a -- of your life that is not known for your employer provided you don't doing anything criminal.
Absolutely I think that that is the equivalent real life of just employers thing.
-- -- We'll get -- this job but first I want to go out and hang out with you at a bar for the next four weeks.
The -- -- friends like that would never happens a lot and I thought -- it's got an update regularly Stewart -- the -- Hello and of course it's an -- -- -- so much information out there ready through Google me and what have a real job interview just you know so it's totally out blinded to get passed through to redo of the emails and and and all that so again as -- it is so much out there ready that's -- troubling certainly getting FaceBook password ridiculous what.
Thus war would be -- the way the best way for somebody to respond in an interview with their roster that militant.
Really difficult position new uranium and if if you're sitting in front of -- perspective employer a job he really -- and they say.
But knowing you will read your FaceBook -- of what -- what on earth do you do.
Well I think hopefully soon like that's not going to be an issue because I think that every other state will follow ever -- is actually ridiculous.
But you know up until that point it's you it's irrelevant I think that you.
Have a right to your personal privacy and I think that you couldn't explain that -- and you know unless there's a certain player that.
Say for instance if you're working at a social media company or where it's absolutely relevant.
You have -- just right to say that's part of my personal life and I'm not sure how that applies for us.
And it didn't win it but within that within the and that whole system when -- -- if you're on your Blackberry -- whatever it's a company Blackberry if I send anything -- -- media.
The company has an absolute right to see what does that and that's what you have to be aware of as well -- my Twitter account on -- -- tweaked something stupid.
Then they have a right to see that -- and act on it.
Absolutely -- -- -- -- represented even though it's a personal Twitter account.
Or whatever it may be you know you are represented representative of your company -- have to be cognizant as always -- I think still that doesn't allow an employer to justify asking you what you want from us.
Plus won't won't got you here -- -- that we we were talking earlier a lot of back to.
Vice president -- of that eight.
Hoops house that candidate Romney's.
Possible vice presidential pick.
And whether he might try to.
Focus on a Latino vote perhaps taken the governor of New Mexico perhaps taking Marco Rubio.
Does he need to do is there any misuse -- is the enthusiasm gap among Latinos full Mitt Romney do you believe.
Well I think that you know it's that the look at a community as a whole is very diverse so -- -- a Puerto Rican and New York would have different political opinion.
That a Cuban Miami -- I think that Latinos are very they're going to be very important part of this upcoming election that's important to recognize things that matter to them so.
Yes happy -- with a guy like -- Who looks like a lot of people that can speak in the same language of lot of people could.
You know add some some value to your campaign on is it and that's absolutely necessary component actually not but I do think it would be helpful to make that strategic alliance with Hispanic.
And -- would be far too simplistic if we say the one issue whether it's immigration or whatever is going to bring in a voting bloc.
That that they think exactly the same issues as any other voting bloc economy -- -- -- Yeah absolutely I think that you know you have to realize suggest that you immigration is an issue I think for this country not just.
On Hispanics that they're you know they're very close to what you know yes second third generation Hispanics that are they're American to -- a lot of their concerns and issues.
Our general consensus I think that it's that's going to be reflected you know I don't want to make money and be able to provide -- amateur and as a universal needs an interest of the city there's this.
And pride as well as and that's what you know -- -- the African American community rightly very proud when there was an African American president.
So everybody likes to see their section of society whether it whether it's based on gender religion won't ever represented at the very top of government.
Possibly even in 2000 Joseph Lieberman was vice presidential pick as a Jewish American cancer -- a lot of pride I think you'd agree to that.
You know rubio is a symbol is fine but fact that he opposes the DREAM Act.
As it stands now in congress certainly would not resonate well.
With -- that -- happens I think it's more you know.
Substance than -- Andre is the DREAM Act something is it is sort of monolithic police supported by the -- -- are -- -- shades of opinion within that as well.
I don't say it's monolithic -- supported what I would say that the majority of Hispanics can't relate to it so therefore they had to pick and choose -- They were before the DREAM Act I think that's very important you know little kid come into this country not really having choice and then being able to.
Are not having access to things that all the friends that they've grown up with their entire life.
Have access to like education.
Armed you know it's it's an important topic and I think that you although rubio.
-- kind of runs against the grain you know that's very I think geographic.
Type of shared.
Interest but you look at the United States in 5% of -- Hispanics right now are of Mexican descent and I think that's something that directly affects that community.
So I think that that -- why -- probably be very -- largest supported across US.
Okay before I let you go loves I just tell us a little bit about being Latino -- why you founded it what it so what -- -- -- That well basically it's it's a communication platform into just like leverages -- -- his face to create content that's relevant to the second third generation Hispanic who's not necessarily speaking Spanish.
Speaks English cares about things that are happening in the country -- But also cares about things in this country and really having that bridge on to -- a -- intellectually.
Inspire people and create.
News and information for that demographic of which is kind of like misunderstood in this country so -- as the website and accept being Latino don't US correct correct our ayalon Israel's president and founder of being -- great to have you -- you have -- pictures -- thank you very much.
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