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Employers Tap Web for Employee Information

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Employers Tap Web for Employee Information

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Employers Tap Web for Employee Information

Employers Tap Web for Employee Information

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More employers are looking online to learn about their employees. Some people are putting sensitive personal information on Web sites, such as myspace.com and friendster.com. And some employers are watching.

Steve Inskeep talks to Stephen Viscusi, CEO of the Viscusi Group.

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