Where do your employees' rights to privacy end and your right to protect your business begin? What if you need to protect your company from employee theft? Or have to protect it from slander through employee emails? These are just two of the circumstances that could force you to invade your employees' privacy. But before you do, make sure you know what your company's obligations are when it comes ... ››› more
Technology is a double-edged sword in the workplace. Because while it helps countless businesses run more effectively and efficiently, it can also be abused by employees who use it for non-business purposes.
And so in order to prevent this from happening, you may wish to monitor your employees' emails.
And phone calls This though will require the employees' consent first.
But what if the... ››› more
The British government spied on South African Diplomats in 2009. That's according to media reports that the British government hacked into computers and phones of South Africa's foreign ministers during the G20 meetings and G8 summits that year. While an investigation by the South African government into these claims is underway, do you know what the law says when it comes to monitoring your emplo... ››› more
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