There's a big difference between submitting a video resume and having an interview recorded, ala Skype. If Toni is referring to the latter, the harsh reality is cameras are everywhere. And while I am not a cheerleader for HR, I think there is an advantage to a qualified candidate of having their "performance" recorded, in that you are not relying on someone else to interpret what you said or how you behaved during the interview process.
That said, I agree with all the comments that point out the potential abuses. But again, reality suggests that incompetent (or illegal) hiring practices will always be with us. Whether an interview is face-to-face or recorded on video doesn't change the fundamental biases inherent in the hiring process.
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