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April+30+2009+Class+2 - EmployeePrivacy...

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Employee Privacy
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The Shocking Statistics… v In 2001, more than  3/4  of the major firms in the U.S. were  monitoring, recording, and reviewing employee  communications and activities on the job, including  phone  calls, e-mails, Internet use, and computer files v Silent Watch    Carnivore w Record keystrokes and provides audible alarms when users  reach objectionable websites or inappropriate text content w Can freeze remote desktops instantly, print screen shots,  print the contents of a keystroke log and save the keystroke  log from remote desktops on the administrator's hard drive
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How can they do this? v Don’t I have a constitutional right to privacy? w Unless otherwise specified by statute,  U.S.  Constitution does not apply to private  employment . v Public employees have  limited  protection.  Employer is still able to search/monitor  whenever  reasonable .
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Privacy Issues on the Job v Drug and alcohol testing v Employer searches v Monitoring
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