Squawk of the day - August 1, 2012

"Government clerks should not be taking public documents home to work on them. These papers contain personal information."

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Sister_Ruby 3 years, 4 months ago

I can't wait to find out why it took so long for the final 4-5 precincts to come in. Did they not have enough bogus ballots to make up a 2,000 vote gap in the School Board race?


chinaberry25 3 years, 4 months ago

Government clerks are not the only folks who take personal work home. Wake up! Teachers take personal stuff home, doctors on and on! It will always happen, so get over it.


Jimboob 3 years, 4 months ago

Sometimes, if a person cares enough about their job, they find there aren't enough hours in the day to complete their work. Those people, who really care, will put in extra hours, off the clock, to "catch up" with their work. Not many care that much, but a few...


beenhereawhile 3 years, 4 months ago

I agree. The article was about the county clerk taking gun permit applications home. The applications contain private information about citizens applying for gun permits. This type of information should remain in the office.

And it is different than a teacher taking work home. I don't think a math test has any private information on it.


TRUTH101 3 years, 4 months ago

Actually, ALL student work/grades is/are confidential......


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