Sep 062015
 September 6, 2015  Posted by  Non-U.S., Surveillance, Workplace

Data Privacy Laws reports:

The Labor court of Appeals of Buenos Aires (Argentina) issued a new ruling related to labor privacy.

The case started when the company Fischer Argentina installed in all the smart phones of its vendors a software app (called Show position) that allowed the company to monitor the physical location of the employee. The software was monitoring location of the employee even after the end of the work time in the company including weekends.

Several employees sued the company requesting a ruling declaring the illegality of this practice and to have the conditions of the working relationship free of this surveillance.

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