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Is a resume considered propietary information

1 Answers. Asked on Oct 16th, 2015 on Business Law - Colorado
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Answered on Oct 16th, 2015 at 6:25 PM

A resume, by definition, is shared with others, and much of the information contained in it is publicly available adn couldn't, in any circumstances, be considered proprietary.  Unless you have a contract which requires the people with whom you share the resume to keep it confidential (which would probably defeat the purpose) I don't see how it could be considered proprietary.

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