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10/03/2010

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Tommy

Brittany, thanks for the info. I am really disappointed that the FTC gave Social Intelligence their blessing. I'm pretty much unhireable, so I give a damn. I listen to the beat of a different drummer, and say it the way I feel it is.

BrittanyEzanga

The FTC just dropped its investigation of Social Intelligence, finding that it is in compliance with the guidelines of the Fair Credit Reporting Act. Read updated information here: http://www.ezanga.com/news/2011/06/22/ftc-approves-social-media-background-checks/

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