May 282010
 May 28, 2010  Posted by  Laws

Employers who send jobseekers’ personal identifying information overseas would have to notify potential employees in advance under a bill the state Senate approved.

Sen. Rod Wright says job applicants can be open to identity theft when sensitive information is sent overseas to be processed electronically.

Wright’s SB909 would require employers to get written consent before sending that data around the world.

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