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Monday, April 16, 2012

LinkedIn Jobs è illegale secondo le leggi Italiane?

Leggi certe uguali per tutti permettono un affidabile sistema del lavoro ed eliminano le mafie.



La legge 30 del 2003 e il relativo DL 10/11/2003,n.276  hanno posto seri vincoli alla attivita di chiunque faccia intermediazione nel campo del lavoro o soltanto pubblichi informazioni riguardanti il lavoro che è severamente vietato con sanzioni fino a 7.500 Euro e pene detentive. Ma LinkedIn ha nella integrato nella sua piattaforma un sistema per il mercato del lavoro che sembra violare la legge Italiana. 
Anche le condizioni generali dicono:  
Scope and Intent.  You agree that by registering on LinkedIn, or by using the our website, including our mobile applications, developer platform, premium services, or other information provided as part of the LinkedIn services (collectively “LinkedIn” or the “Services”), you are entering into a legally binding agreement with LinkedIn Corporation, 2029 Stierlin Court, Mountain View, California 94043, USA if you reside in the United States, and with LinkedIn Ireland Limited, 77 Sir John Rogerson’s Quay, Dublin 2, Ireland, if you reside outside the United States (“we,” “us,” “our,” and “LinkedIn”) based on the terms of this LinkedIn User Agreement and the LinkedIn Privacy Policy, which is hereby incorporated by reference (collectively referred to as the “Agreement”) and become a LinkedIn user (“User”).    


Questo dovrebbe significare che una legge USA ha prevalenza su qualsiasi altra legge compresa quella italiana.  Ma questo è in contrasto credo con la legge Italiana per esempio per il trasferimento dei dati in USA.
Facebook sembra avere un termine di fornitura simile tranne per questa clausola:


18.10 You will comply with all applicable laws when using or accessing Facebook.
Che sembra aprire le porte alle leggi locali.  


Solo per i Tedeschi è previsto un trattamento diverso:


Certain specific terms that apply only for German users are available here.
Last revision: 21 December 2009 For users residing in Germany:   First Section 2 applies with the proviso that our use of such content to use on or in connection with Facebook is limited. second Section 15.1 is replaced by: This statement is subject to German law. third Clause 15.3 is replaced by: We are only liable as follows: We assume unlimited liability under the statutory provisions (i) for damages arising from injury to life, limb or health, (ii) intent, (iii) gross negligence; and (iv) under the Product Liability Act. Without limiting the foregoing, it will be liable for ordinary negligence only in the event of a breach of an "essential" obligation under this contract. "Essential" duties in this sense are obligations that are necessary for the fulfillment of the contract, the breach of which make achievement of the purpose in question would be, and the compliance you must therefore rely on a regular basis. In these cases, liability is limited to typical and foreseeable damages, in other cases, there is no liability for ordinary negligence





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