Your boss, big brother

While HP’s top brass has been grabbing headlines, hundreds of corporations are routinely spying on their employees without attracting media attention. Sometimes companies keep tabs on employees by hiding cameras in lavatories, or tracking company cars using hidden GPS devices. Most often, however, corporate surveillance consists of logging everything employees do on their computers, from instant messaging, to emailing to browsing the web.

Read this article from the New Scientist and related news about Hewlett-Packard’s email surveillence program. Previosuly from WNM: Just me and my “clickprint”


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