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Youth law fair presentation


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Youth law fair presentation

  2. 2. Discussion Topics: Reputation• Impact• How it’s Created• Two True Stories• Case Study: ethical implications and new legislation• Personal Strategies
  3. 3. Online Reputation• What is it?• Who creates it?• Does it affect everyday life?• Does it impact future academic and employment opportunities?
  4. 4. Reputation Statistics• 43% of recruiters and hiring managers rejected a candidate because of something their friends or relatives posted.Microsoft Study:• 14% of adults surveyed say they have experienced negative consequences due to online activities by others. Of those,  21% were fired from a job  16% lost out on getting a job  16% lost their health insurance  14% lost out on the college they wanted  15% were turned down for a mortgage
  5. 5. Reputation Matters Online Information That Influenced Decisions to Reject a Candidate Concerns about the candidate’s lifestyle 58% Inappropriate comments and text written by the candidate 56% Unsuitable photos , videos, and information 55% Inappropriate comments or text written by friends and relatives 43% Comments criticizing previous employers, co-workers, or clients 40% Inappropriate comments or text written by colleagues or work acquaintances 40% Membership in certain groups and networks 35% Discovered that information the candidate shared was false 30% Poor communication skills displayed online 27% Concern about the candidate’s financial background 16%
  6. 6. Online Reputation Online Reputation = Asset or Liability?
  7. 7. Two True Stories• Baseball Scholarship• Academic Scholarship
  8. 8. News Article Highlights Privacy RisksNew York Times article:Disruptions: Privacy Fades in Facebook Era“We used to have privacy through obscurity online, so even ifpeople had information out there, the steps that it would take toaggregate it all were too great. Now, software can return[information] about someone instantly. . . “So who is at fault for this lack of privacy protection? Most people are oblivious. The companies won’t stop collecting information. And the government is slow to protect consumer privacy.”
  9. 9. Key Points• There are ethical implications of sharing and posting inappropriate content online.• Online reputation impacts future opportunities.• Online content has great value for hiring managers, existing employers, college administrators, etc.
  10. 10. Personal Strategies• Understanding search• Taking proactive measures• Engaging professional services