Feb 052011
 February 5, 2011  Posted by  Laws, Non-U.S., Workplace

Renee Viellaris reports:

Sneaky bosses who spy on personal emails are facing D-Day as state and federal politicians move to protect workers’ privacy.

Queensland Attorney-General Cameron Dick said it was time to safeguard workers who unknowingly had their emails read and internet use monitored by unreasonable bosses.

Companies are also monitoring social network sites and using information to sack staff even if they are posting messages at home and don’t mention their employer.

Lawmakers say they are determined to stop any such abuse.

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