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Employee privacy has become a greater concern as more and more employees have turned to the Internet and other electronic media to communicate both on and off the job. Although many of these accounts may seem private, in reality employees have very little privacy. Employers can generally search through anything that happens on company computers. Below you can find information on employee privacy, both during the job application process and in the course of employment. Topics addressed include background checks, electronic surveillance, searches, eavesdropping, and more. Keep checking back here to stay up to date in this quickly changing area of law.More
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