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Is your boss spying on you at and off work?

How much privacy can be expected at work wherein everyday we are using our employer’s computers and equipment?  Employers want to make sure that they are receiving their return on investments when collecting basic information … Read More

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The Changing Face of Workplace Privacy

As the line that used to separate conduct at home from the workplace continues to fade, more and more employees are finding out one “tweet” too late that their actions are no longer exempt from discipline. Read More

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“The workplace no longer has traditional borders”

Depending on the severity of the actions, Lublin says that employees could “end up surfing the classifieds for a criminal defence lawyer, as well as for a new job”.
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Sheridan College Deletes IT Support Staff

Many people have been bitten by the “freeware” bug over the years and will do just about anything to satiate their downloading itch. Read More

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