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    Re: You Must Apply Online: Is This a Violation of Civil Rights?

    Quote Originally Posted by Harry Guerrilla View Post
    Because getting to a computer is so easy, you're just making up excuses of why someone can't when they can.

    There's no excuse for it.
    no your making up excuses that everyone can, when they in fact cant. Also many that can, cant do it in a timely fashion. Thats just the reality of things.
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    Re: You Must Apply Online: Is This a Violation of Civil Rights?

    Quote Originally Posted by Aunt Spiker View Post
    My local libraries will HELP with this entire situation if you just talk to them about what you're doing.

    What about having to go in person and have an interview? Isn't that a violation of people's rights seeing as how many don't have adequate transportation?

    The concern is just silly.


    No again because adequate transportation would be required to perform you job.
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    Re: You Must Apply Online: Is This a Violation of Civil Rights?

    Quote Originally Posted by Centrist77 View Post
    no your making up excuses that everyone can, when they in fact cant. Also many that can, cant do it in a timely fashion. Thats just the reality of things.
    You're calling it fact, so I have to say it: prove it.
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    Re: You Must Apply Online: Is This a Violation of Civil Rights?

    Internet access is not a protected class, nor should it be.

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    Re: You Must Apply Online: Is This a Violation of Civil Rights?

    Quote Originally Posted by tessaesque View Post
    You're calling it fact, so I have to say it: prove it.
    Prove what?
    That some people dont have access to the internet? LMAO you cant be serious.
    Some people barely have access to clothes and food and you think "everyone" has access to internet oh brother.
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    Re: You Must Apply Online: Is This a Violation of Civil Rights?

    Quote Originally Posted by megaprogman View Post
    Internet access is not a protected class, nor should it be.

    Dont know if anyone is saying that, Im certainly not.
    And I also agree with you.
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    Re: You Must Apply Online: Is This a Violation of Civil Rights?

    Quote Originally Posted by Centrist77 View Post
    Prove what?
    That some people dont have access to the internet? LMAO you cant be serious.
    Some people barely have access to clothes and food and you think "everyone" has access to internet oh brother.
    No, prove that some people absolutely cannot access the internet to apply for a job, under any circumstances. Beacuse that's what you're claiming. Prove what you're claiming. Don't deflect because you typed yourself into a corner.
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    Re: You Must Apply Online: Is This a Violation of Civil Rights?

    Quote Originally Posted by Centrist77 View Post
    Dont know if anyone is saying that, Im certainly not.
    And I also agree with you.
    Generally when one raises a civil rights issue, I tend to think of whether this particular problem ties into a protected class or not. If not, while it is still an issue, it is not a civil rights issue.

    Quote Originally Posted by tessaesque View Post
    No, prove that some people absolutely cannot access the internet to apply for a job, under any circumstances. Beacuse that's what you're claiming. Prove what you're claiming. Don't deflect because you typed yourself into a corner.
    Why does it have to be absolute? Surely statistical evidence showing a disadvantage from one socio-economic class to another, is enough to recognize that a problem exists. (not that I have such evidence, but I just don't see why it should be absolute before it is a problem)
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    Re: You Must Apply Online: Is This a Violation of Civil Rights?

    I will repeat again.

    I will gladly concede if examples can be given that this is common place and im missing something.

    I just don't think its right for an employer to DENY an opportunity of employment based on something that has no impact on job performance.

    This doesnt sound over critical to me.
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    Re: You Must Apply Online: Is This a Violation of Civil Rights?

    Quote Originally Posted by megaprogman View Post
    Generally when one raises a civil rights issue, I tend to think of whether this particular problem ties into a protected class or not. If not, while it is still an issue, it is not a civil rights issue.



    Why does it have to be absolute? Surely statistical evidence showing a disadvantage from one socio-economic class to another, is enough to recognize that a problem exists. (not that I have such evidence, but I just don't see why it should be absolute)
    OOOOOOH I get you

    I agree but "I" stated earlier that civil rights would be tough to see through to the end, I just think this can be argued as plain old discrimination and unfair practices.
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