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the naked employee: how technology is compromising workplace privacy
The Naked Employee: How Technology Is Compromising Workplace Privacy
by Frederick S. Lane ISBN:0814471498
AMACOM 2003 (288 pages)

What are the boundaries of employee privacy...and who should draw them? This timely book takes a probing look at the relationship between companies and their employees, and examines the social, legal and moral implications of employee monitoring.

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The Naked Employee—How Technology is Compromising Workplace Privacy
Introduction
Chapter 1- It's My Property and I'll Spy If I Want To...
Chapter 2- Applying for a Job in a Digital and Wired World
Chapter 3- Identification: Your Name is Not Enough
Chapter 4- We're From the Government and We're Here to Help
Chapter 5- Watching What You Say and What You Do in the Workplace
Chapter 6- Hardware, Software, and Spyware
Chapter 7- Tracking Employees by Cell: The Biological Version
Chapter 8- Convenience and the Death of Privacy
Chapter 9- Breaching the Castle Walls
Chapter 10- In Defense of Employee Privacy Rights
Conclusion
Index
List of Sidebars



The Naked Employee. How Technology Is Compromising Workplace Privacy
Naked Employee, The: How Technology Is Compromising Workplace Privacy
ISBN: 0814471498
EAN: 2147483647
Year: 2003
Pages: 93
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