Mar 302015
 March 30, 2015  Posted by  Business, Surveillance, U.S., Workplace

Tim Cushing writes:

It’s no secret that many companies monitor their employees’ computer use. But things are going much further than simply ensuring the normal “don’ts” — file sharing, porn viewing, etc. — are tracked for disciplinary reasons. Companies are now on the lookout for the next “insider threat.” Some companies are viewing the Snowden saga as the ultimate cautionary tale, albeit one that results in more surveillance rather than less.

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