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South Australian Premier Jay Weatherill says he makes no apologies for intrusive testing of potential child protection workers.

Questions to job applicants now explore such things as sexual experiences and fantasies, fidelity, use of dating websites and "even history of one-night stands", the Public Service Association (PSA) said in a bulletin to its members.

The PSA said there were ongoing concerns "about the relevance of the highly intrusive tests, which could have longstanding effects on future employment and personal relationships".

It said the questions were "incredibly private and probably irrelevant".

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Despite the union's view, Mr Weatherill described the process as totally appropriate."It is sad that we have to have this level of intrusion and scrutiny, but the truth is that we've already seen in the past that some people will try and infiltrate their way into these roles so that they can get access to children," he said."But that's the sad fact of life now in our modern era."The union also cited concern about how securely the data would be stored and whether it would be accessible within other public sector agencies, and potentially beyond.