Privacy Invasion In The Workplace

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As technology expands, the concern for electronic monitoring and privacy invasion increases within the workplace. The idea of employee privacy and surveillance rights revolves around a set of complex issues including: personal expression, computer activity, communication monitoring, and employee actions. Today, a company can electronically regulate an employee without his or her knowledge. While some employees may argue that workplace monitoring invades personal privacy; employers feel that most activities occurring on paid time are considered to be property of the employer, and therefore, are subject to surveillance at any given time. This dispute has created a large concern for both employers and employees around the world. Should managers

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