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August 11, 2010


Pudge Ortiz

Employees shouldn't really expect any privacy at a workplace. I think their privacy is invaded when they don't know they're being monitored. Employers when implementing a computer usage policy should state the reason for the policy. It helps the staff realize that there is no such thing as invasion of privacy when it comes to using the company’s time and tools.

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