FBI wants to assume no one who is lying about illegal downloading




The FBI just ask applicants if they have not used or committed fraud, but also whether they have ever downloaded anything. Drugs Who ever did and lied about it, should never be more in the public service to work.

That left an employee loose during an interview about internships with students from California State University, so writes the student newspaper. During the interview the employee, Steve Dupre, answered the question of what factors may threaten once the FBI takes someone. He had not only about issues like drug use and fraud, but also about downloading copyrighted material.

The FBI asks Dupre according to applicants how often and how many songs, movies and books they have illegally downloaded because the service that looks like steal. The service, the whole conversation and let the answers given here are, compared to a survey at a later time. Who is lying, should never begin with the FBI. Even if the applicant has already received a job.

It is not surprising that the FBI is so strongly against illegal downloading. The American public enters for years stubbornly against software piracy. In the interview it was not clear what the FBI does when applicants are honest about their past controversial software.


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