Option 3: In what ways do the online versions of ourselves continue to “haunt” o

Option 3: In what ways do the online versions of ourselves continue to “haunt” our daily lives? How might that affect our future jobs, reputations, or even our personal lives? Whether a congressional candidate, a news editor, a school board member, or even a game show host, people are losing their jobs based on social media posts – sometimes far in their past. Do employers have the right to demand that their employees portray themselves in certain ways online or to surveil employees’ profile pages?
Compile research that examines when employees have been fired in the pages. Were they able to fight their termination legally? Were they able to keep their jobs?
Do not make this a general argument. Focus on your career and the rights of employees to their digital privacy OR the responsibilities of employees to maintain a public persona in your specific field. Are teachers held to a different standard? Doctors? Journalists? How does this affect the field you plan to enter?
While this is not a personal essay, you should write with your future colleagues, employers, or employees in mind as your target audience.