Jun 242012
 June 24, 2012  Posted by  Non-U.S., Online, Workplace

The Canadian Press reports that a case in Canada is highlighting the controversy over whether employers can – and perhaps, should – keep track of employees’ online postings or activity.

Days before three armed guards were killed and a fourth wounded as they delivered cash to the University of Alberta, a controversial posting appeared on the Facebook page of a man whose name matches that of the primary suspect in the case.

“I wonder if I’d make the six o’clock news if I just starting popping people off,” read the quote on the page of a Travis Baumgartner.

The post came June 1, less than two weeks before the shootings of the G4S Cash Solutions guards.

Read more about the case and the debate it’s engendered on CTV Edmonton.

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