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Comment: That includes victims of criminal identity theft (Score 1) 717

by ub3r n3u7r4l1st (#48545415) Attached to: Ask Slashdot: Can a Felon Work In IT?

stuff they never did end up in their name. Seen that a lot lately where workers were wrongfully dismissed because of murder or fraud conviction turn up but later were proven false.

FYI Criminal Identity Theft is the most dangerous form of identity theft:

Comment: Re:Fucking bait and switch (Score 1) 84

That's a pipedream at best.

If you are qualified to work as a developer, chances are you already have a college degree. That proves you are not lazy.

The police state (and also criminal ID theft) increases you chance of having a random criminal record. That does not prove you are not unemployable. (Good credit report should offset bad criminal records IMHO)

At that leaves the unemployed that are in that situation because of luck or tragic circumstances. That is why we need to adequately fund welfare and socialize medicine.

And of course, ban H1-B and unionize coders/developers/engineers.

+ - The students who feel they have the right to cheat->

Submitted by ub3r n3u7r4l1st
ub3r n3u7r4l1st (1388939) writes "Students are often keen to exercise their rights but recently there has been an interesting twist — some in India are talking about their right to cheat in university exams.

Keep this in mind when hiring your next H-1Bs over your American counterparts which undergoes extensive liberal arts and ethics education."

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