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The Personal Information Protection Commission on Monday urged job data provider Recruit Career Co. to take corrective measures after it was found to have sold the web-browsing data of nearly 8,000 job seekers to client firms without their consent.

The data described the probability of students declining informal job offers based on data culled from 74,878 people who used Rikunabi, its job information website.

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