Privacy in the workplace

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When the Congressional Office of Technology Assessment studied its use in 1987, only 7% of employees were affected. But only 6 years later, a MacWorld survey found the electronic monitoring had nearly tripled to 20% of employees. (Piller, C. 1993). In 2001, the American Management Association reported that the percentage of companies monitoring had risen to 78...
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Currently, 92% of employers are conducting workplace monitoring, which was reported by the Center for Business Ethics at Bentley College. According to a study conducted by ComStore Networks, 59% of on-line sales in 2002 were conducted from shopper's workplace. Peak Internet access from work occurred between 10 A...
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