Workplace Monitoring

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December 29, 2014

 

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As a result, companies worldwide are increasingly making use of electronic monitoring software. Miriam Schulman addresses the issue of employee electronic monitoring in her article “Little Brother is Watching.” She explained that the 1986 Electronic Communications Act exempts service providers (including employers who provide internet access) from its provisions, which prohibit unauthorized interception of electronic communications...
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From an ethical point of view, she notes that “an employee surely does not give up all of [their] privacy when entering the workplace.” In terms of legality, Schulman notes that “employees have little recourse,” implying that electronic monitoring legalizes the privacy violation of employees...
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