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Unformatted text preview: The only employees who are upset about these policies are the ones who want to break and bend the rules. There is nothing wrong with an employer expecting a person to actually work and not do things of a personal nature while being paid to perform a job. Employee privacy, long considered a basic right, is often taken for granted by employees. (E-Monitoring in the Workplace: PRIVACY, LEGISLATION, AND SURVEILLANCE SOFTWARE., 2006). Trust is a two way street and there were many great arguments for and against. I am for job protection and if that means being monitored to be protected, then I am for it. E-Monitoring in the Workplace: PRIVACY, LEGISLATION, AND SURVEILLANCE SOFTWARE. . (2006). Communications of the ACM, 49 (issue 8), 73-77....
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