Social media privacy for employees a problem? Not yet. Given the potential for misunderstandings and misuse, it is surprising to discover how unconcerned the typical worker seems to be. Asked whether it was appropriate for employers to monitor the web sites visited by employees, fully 78% thought it was. This makes internet activity monitoring the most acceptable of the various forms of surveillance we asked respondents to consider.
        (via This is Your Wakeup Call on Employee Privacy - Peter Holland - Harvard Business Review)
Social media privacy for employees a problem? Not yet. Given the potential for misunderstandings and misuse, it is surprising to discover how unconcerned the typical worker seems to be. Asked whether it was appropriate for employers to monitor the web sites visited by employees, fully 78% thought it was. This makes internet activity monitoring the most acceptable of the various forms of surveillance we asked respondents to consider.

(via This is Your Wakeup Call on Employee Privacy - Peter Holland - Harvard Business Review)

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