Privacy Laws and Policies Debate

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Privacy Laws and Policies Debate Jennifer O’Neal XCOM 285 University of Phoenix Online
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Privacy Laws and Policy Debate When a company hires an employee there are a few expectations that they want to be met. Come  to work, on time and be prepared to work. A lot of companies use technology such as computers, smart  phones, telephones and other forms of communication all of which can be tempting entertainment for  some people. While it is okay to use these forms of communication on your own time and on your own  devices; it is in no way acceptable to use company time and property to do such things. When employers install computers with internet capabilities it is usually their belief, and  rightfully so, that these systems are going to be used as tools of business not personal use (GAO Reports).  Yet International Data Corporation states that between 30- 40% of all worker lost productivity can be  contributed to employee web surfing (Gale Encyclopedia). What are these employees doing on the 
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