Feb 102011
 February 10, 2011  Posted by  Non-U.S., Workplace

Boris Segalis writes:

Dan Or-Hof, a privacy and technology partner at the Israeli law firm Pearl Cohen Zedek Latzer is reporting that a decision by Israel’s National Labor Court imposes severe restrictions on the employers’ ability to monitor employee emails. Organizations with employees in Israel must promptly take steps to verify that their employee monitoring policies and practices in the country are consistent with the ruling.

In this particular case, the court considered whether an employer may access employees’ email messages and submit them as evidence in the course of court proceedings brought by the employee against the employer.

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