Apr 072012
 
 April 7, 2012  Breaches, Non-U.S., Surveillance, Workplace

Sometimes the allegations are true, despite initial denials. Reuters reports:

The management of IKEA in France, where workers have sued the company for allegedly spying on employees, admitted on Friday that activities contravening its ethical standards had taken place and pledged to put a stop to them.

Police searched the French headquarters of the Swedish furniture group at Plaisir, in the western suburbs of Paris, last month after employees filed the complaint.

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