Predictive sale probability of student's undecided decline on AI To full-scale survey Tokyo Labor Bureau August 17 3:55
Tokyo Labor Bureau may have been in conflict with the Employment Security Law, a problem that the company that operates the job hunting information site “Rikunavi” predicted and sold the probability of declining a job offer for a student who was looking for a job As a result, we have begun a full-scale survey of companies involved from the beginning of the week.
The problem is that the recruiting carrier who operates the job information site “Rikunavi” predicts the probability that a student who is seeking employment using the site will decline the job offer by AI, and without obtaining the student's consent, last year 3 It was sold to 38 companies since the month, and the service was abolished on the 4th of this month in response to a problem pointed out.
The Employment Security Law provides guidelines for obtaining personal consent when using personal information on job posting sites for purposes other than business purposes, but the recruiting career clarifies that consent from students was not obtained. The
In addition, it is clear that the data sales destinations include Resona Holdings, Daiwa Institute of Research Holdings, and two companies from the NTT Group, and each company explained that they are “not used to determine whether or not to accept the recruitment”. It is.
The Tokyo Labor Bureau started a full-fledged investigation from the beginning of the week that companies that purchased these data, in addition to recruitment careers, may have violated the Employment Security Law, and the handling of personal information was appropriate I will investigate in detail.