Zhaolian recruits employees to participate in reselling usersresumes, involving 160,000 information

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 Zhaolian recruits employees to participate in reselling usersresumes, involving 160,000 information


Intelligent Alliance Recruitment Employees Participate in the Case of Reselling Personal Information

The case involved more than 160,000 personal information of citizens.

These resumes

A share is sold for about 5 yuan.

China Consumer News reporter learned from Beijing Chaoyang District Peoples Court that a case of Zhilian Recruitment employee participating in reselling personal information of citizens was heard for the second time in Beijing Chaoyang Court. In order to obtain citizens resume information, the unemployed Zheng Mou forged his business license and provided it to Lu Mou and Wang Mou, staff members of Shanghai Branch of Beijing Nethiring Consulting Co., Ltd. (referred to as Zhilian Recruitment), obtained the account of enterprise members, obtained a large number of citizens resumes, and then sold them on Taobao. The case involved more than 160,000 personal information of citizens.

Zhaolian Recruitment, Official Website Screenshot

Reporters learned that the defendants, Lu Mou and Wang Mou, were employees recruited by Zhilian before the incident. The defendant, Zheng Mou, was a Taobao shopkeeper who specially sold personal information online.

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China Consumer News reporters learned that on May 6 this year, the peoples court of Chaoyang District held its first hearing of the case.

Born in 1982, Zheng Mou once opened a shop in Taobao to sell daily necessities and began to sell personal information in 2016. In the court hearing, Zheng said that he did not know Lu Mou and Wang Mou, employees recruited by Zhilian before, but knew about him and bought resumes from him.

It is understood that Zheng has purchased more than 100,000 copies of personal information about Zhilian Recruitment:

One is 2.5-5 yuan. Look at the amount of downloads. Resumes in remote areas are cheaper. Resumes in front-line cities are more expensive. Resumes in national areas are more expensive.

Xie Mous resume was stolen from Huang Mous Zhilian Recruitment. The public prosecution accused the defendant Huang Mou of illegally entering the Zhilian Recruitment account from October 2016 to June 2018, stealing personal resume information and selling it to Xie Mou with illegal income of more than 200,000 yuan.

In addition to understanding the resumes purchased somewhere, Zheng also purchased a large number of resumes for sale from Lu Mou and Wang Mou, employees recruited by Zhilian.

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In 2018, Zheng met Lu Mou and Wang Mou, who worked in Zhilian Recruitment and began to buy resumes from them. They have cheap packages, a resume of 4.5 yuan, an account of 2800 resumes, said Zheng.

At the beginning of 18 years, he said that they had a cheap package, a resume of 4.5 yuan, and a resume of 2800 accounts. But this package required business licenses from business customers. But I said that he did not have a business license. He said that he knew PS could be fake. I bought 1. More than 200 accounts, Lu XX and Wang X are the same nature, are Zhaopin recruitment sales. I bought 20 to 30 accounts at Wang X. I bought 2,800 resumes and 4.5 yuan for each account. I gave them all WeChat and Alipay.

According to the normal information sales process of Zhilian Recruitment, enterprises need to sign formal contracts with Zhilian Recruitment, and then obtain information in the form of enterprise accounts after approval comes into effect.

Lumou said in court that Zheng claimed to be a headhunting company and needed a lot of resumes. So Lumou obtained more than 60 enterprise names through the company, and also assisted Zheng to pass the Customs by forging false business licenses with PS. Zheng transferred the money to Lus personal WeChat or Alipay account, and then transferred from Lu to the bank account of the company.

When the public prosecutor inquired in court whether the practice met the requirements of the Zhilian Recruitment system, Lumou said, The leader told me that the client would pay for it. But he also said he had not benefited from it.

Reporters learned that after two sessions on May 6 and July 5, the case was not adjudicated in court.

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Cases of reselling citizenspersonal information are frequent

China Consumer News reporter learned that Zhilian Recruitment is not the first case of employees involved in reselling resumes.

According to public data, on June 22, 2016, Zhaopin reported to the public security organs that the company found employees applying for a private sale of hundreds of thousands of websitesresumes, including personal information such as name, ID number, address, telephone, education level, work unit, salary and income. According to the companys normal process, salesmen go to companies with recruitment needs. Both sides sign the service contract. After the other side pays the service fee, the company will provide the user name and initial password downloaded from the website resume database to the other side. The other side will enter the resume database within the established authority. Line download. The staff who reported the case said that the companys market quotation for each resume was 50 yuan, but Shenmous selling price for each resume was 2 yuan.

On June 2, 2017, Shen Mou appeared in Chaoyang Court on suspicion of illegally obtaining citizen information. After trial, the court found that his behavior constituted the crime of illegally obtaining citizen information and sentenced him to three years and six monthsimprisonment.

According to the effective documents published by the Chinese Judicial Documents Network, the number of personal information sold or purchased by the defendant identified in the judgment is considerable, and it is very common that tens of thousands of data are obtained in each transaction.

On November 30, 2018, a judgment issued by the Huaibei Intermediate Peoples Court of Anhui Province showed that the defendant Wang Mou, together with others, made illegal profits by selling a large number of personal information of citizens on the Internet through QQ and Wechat. After investigation, Wang sold more than 50,000 personal information of citizens (including name, telephone, address, etc.). Reporters learned that the Interpretation of Several Questions Concerning the Application of Law in Criminal Cases of Infringing on Citizens Personal Information issued by Two High Commissioners clearly stipulated that as long as citizenstrajectory information, communication content, credit information and property information were illegally obtained, sold or provided with more than 50 items, it constituted sentiment. Its serious. For other personal information that may affect personal and property security, such as accommodation information, communication records, health physiological information, transaction information, the standard is more than 500. For other citizenspersonal information, the standard is more than 5000. Source: Responsible Editor of China Consumer Daily: Wang Xiaowu_NF

On November 30, 2018, a judgment issued by the Huaibei Intermediate Peoples Court of Anhui Province showed that the defendant Wang Mou, together with others, made illegal profits by selling a large number of personal information of citizens on the Internet through QQ and Wechat. After investigation, Wang sold more than 50,000 personal information of citizens (including name, telephone, address, etc.).

Reporters learned that the Interpretation of Several Questions Concerning the Application of Law in Criminal Cases of Infringing on Citizens Personal Information issued by Two High Commissioners clearly stipulated that as long as citizenstrajectory information, communication content, credit information and property information were illegally obtained, sold or provided with more than 50 items, it constituted sentiment. Its serious. For other personal information that may affect personal and property security, such as accommodation information, communication records, health physiological information, transaction information, the standard is more than 500. For other citizenspersonal information, the standard is more than 5000.