Argument: Facebook reveals no information of relevance to an employer
- Brandy Gordon. "Should employers watch you on Facebook?". The Mirror. March 12, 2007 - "There is nothing occupationally relevant that an employer can learn about you on Facebook."
- Stanford senior Jennifer Clark said in a January 20, 2006 interview for a Stanford Daily article "Employers snoop on Facebook", "I don’t think it’s unethical but I think it’s stupid. How would an employer know a good candidate based on their Facebook profile? It’s a bunch of random stuff you put for your friends. It’s not like a resume. It just seems weird."