WK 8 CP Privacy Laws and Policies Debate

WK 8 CP Privacy Laws and Policies Debate - 1 Privacy Laws...

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Privacy Laws and Policies Debate 1 Privacy Laws and Policies Debate Desiree’ Forgason July 29, 2011 XCOM 285 Robin Minard
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Privacy Laws and Policies Debate 2 After reading the opposing reasons regarding privacy rules and policies at work, I stand by my decision regarding privacy rules and policies being moral. There are many reasons for my decision. The initially tools as well as software workers work with is the employer's property. The Electronic Privacy Communication Act (ECPA) is the basic law, which defends employees' privacy. However, there are still exceptions to the ECPA, which defends employers. One of many exceptions is the provider exception (E-Monitoring in the Workplace: Privacy, Legislation, and Surveillance Software, 2006). This brings me back to the first cause of privacy rules and policies being moral. Under the ECPA, the providers of the devices have favorable security from the court. With that thought, advancement has nearly made more or less all companies rely and depend on technology in order to complete jobs. While technology has structured business functions, it also at the same time created
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