Re: job interview question: ethical issues about portfolio
Not everyone shares your good fortune. I did work I was quite proud of for a large corporation (on a contract that ended on good terms). Despite the project manager's advocating for me with the corporate counsel, the company would not budge, no matter how I disguised names, numbers, and other identifying information.
In short, YMMV.
PS: That didn't stop me from getting my next (better) job. It just meant I couldn't use the samples I wanted to use.
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