So, you thought your salary was between you and your employer. Silly you.
Your employer probably sells this information to Equifax. Equifax then sells it to anyone who wants to know: bill collectors, a firm that may make you an offer, or even me.
I don’t care what you make. But what if I did?
Loss of privacy? Forget about Google. Forget about Facebook. You no longer have basic privacy. It’s for sale.
“It’s the biggest privacy breach in our time, and it’s legal and no one knows it’s going on,” said Robert Mather, who runs a small employment background company named Pre-Employ.com. “It’s like a secret CIA.”
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